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Looking Forward: Our Increasingly Digital World

In our fifth annual conference, the Sadie Collective  turns her  eyes to the future. What does a  future which centers the collective look like? How will  the growth of technology intersect with economics and inevitably  impact our future economists, policy makers , and  communities ? How can we best prepare for a rapidly changing future, and carve a seat  at the table and in some cases, create our own?

2023 Conference Schedule

9:00 AM Breakfast and Registration 

Shaping Our Future: Policy, Trade, and Our Digital Reality

Chat and discuss policies/data, trade in a digital world, and its impact on marginalized communities (most especially Black women) with insight from USTR

Climate Change, Economics, and the Black Community

Will this truly be the coldest summer of the rest of our lives? How do rising temperatures and sea levels impact the Black community? How has the history of housing impacted economic opportunities for Black Americans? Join environmental justice pioneer Dorecta Taylor to discuss these questions and more as we discuss climate change, economics, and the Black community.

Quantifying Harm: Economic Research on Social Harm Reduction

This workshop will offer attendees hard skills on data collection and disaggregation. Our workshop leads will offer their advice on how to collect and interpret data that truly reflects the reality of the populations tested.

Bridging the Gap: Kickstarting Your Financial Journey to Generational Wealth

Discuss and demonstrate the reality of building generational wealth, spotting untrustworthy money making plans, and having a cultural discourse around working towards creating the future you deserve.

Career Fair

Meet recruiters from Brookings Institutions Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy, Goldman Sachs, FRBC, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Urban Institute, Penta, FRBoG, FRBC, Princeton University, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Stanford University, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Mathematica, African Center for Economic Transformation, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond & more! 

Headshot Session

As you network and appreciate the research presentations, come by one of our booths to receive a professional headshot.

 

9:00 AM Breakfast and Check-In 

Fireside Chat: The Black Agenda

Off the heels of the relaese of her book, "The Black Agenda: Bold Solutions For a Broken System", Sadie co-founder, Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman sits down to discuss the possibilities when it comes to enacting meaningful change in the world of economics and technology.

The Future of Work: Labor Economics in an Increasingly Digital World

With more and more companies offering long term or even permanent remote work options, office dynamics and social expectations are shifting. How do the remote and hybrid workplaces impact Black women’s experiences with the conduct evaluations, code switching, and respectability politics that were so prevalent before COVID-19?  In this session, Sadie members will gain information and perspective that can help them choose which work model is best for them.

What's New Sadie?: Business Roundtable

An open session to hear updates (Board, Mission, feedback) on all things Sadie Collective from our Sadie Collective board and other members of the Sadie community.

Mentorship Roundtable

During the mentorship roundtable, conference attendees will meet with pre-assigned mentors for an intimate discussion on personal and professional growth and development. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from and bond with mid- and senior level professionals currently working in fields of interest to them.

Awards Night Ceremony

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