Diversity & Inclusion Podcast Archives

How to Avoid Getting Pigeon-holed in Your Career with Jorge Schement (Ep.16)

How to Avoid Getting Pigeon-holed in Your Career with Jorge Schement (Ep.16)

Jorge Reina Schement became Rutgers Vice President of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion on July 1, 2013. Previously he was Dean of the School of Communication & Information at Rutgers University from 2008 to 2013. He is also Professor II in the Bloustein School of Public Policy, and in the Department of Latino-Hispanic Caribbean Studies. A Ph.D. from the Institute for Communication Research at Stanford University, and M.S. from the School of Commerce at the University of Illinois,…

How to reduce imposter syndrome and stereotype threat with Courtney Tanenbaum (Ep. 10)

How to reduce imposter syndrome and stereotype threat with Courtney Tanenbaum (Ep. 10)

Courtney Tanenbaum is a senior researcher and science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) marketing and research lead at AIR. She is a graduate of the Institute for Education Leadership’s DC Education Policy Fellowship Program. Since joining AIR in May 2003, she has worked on several research and evaluation studies focused on federal policies and initiatives designed to improve the outcome of disadvantaged students and underrepresented minorities, both in K-12 and higher…

How to Define Today’s TV Viewers with Adriana Waterson (Ep. 2)

How to Define Today’s TV Viewers with Adriana Waterson (Ep. 2)

Adriana Waterston is Senior Vice President of Insights and Strategy at Horowitz Research. Her work focuses on finding the story behind media statistics and revealing faces behind facts. Adriana oversees all of Horowitz’s millennial, multicultural and Latino research endeavors and has moderated hundreds of hundreds of groups and conducted in-home ethnographic research on several different areas including entertainment consumption, unmet needs in technology and media and many other…