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Wed, Oct 16


Dayton Metro Library

October Presentation

Acknowledging and Eradicating Power-Based Inequalities as an Avenue for Ethical Change

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Oct 16, 2019, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Dayton Metro Library

About The Event


Gender inequities are vast and are often embedded within organizational structures, processes, and practices. This talk will cover power-based inequities within the workplace, and how those inequities are a microcosm of a larger inequitable society. Specifically, harassment and wage inequality will be explored as that which promotes incivility, aggression, discrimination, and a hostile work environment as opposed to one that is ethically caring, supportive, and transformative. Steps to transform these inequities and foster an ethical climate will be provided.

Presented by Dr. Nicole Carter

Prounouns: She, Her, Hers 

Dr. Nicole Carter is the Director of the Wright State University Women's Center. She also teaches in various fields including the Student Affairs and Higher Education program, the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program, and African and African American Studies. Her foci include the intersectional experiences of women in university settings, persistence, and retention of women in higher education, and the creation of counter-spaces for women students of color and women students in STEMM. She has started cohorts geared toward leadership and feminist praxis. She has curated workshops on various topics ranging from intersectionality to power-based violence. She received her Ph.D. from Eastern Michigan University. Dr. Carter has held leadership positions with the National Women's Studies Association and the Southeastern Ohio Consortium for Higher Education's Women's Center Committee. 


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