Award winning author, speaker and expert on culture and equality
Equality Thought Leader
Organisational Culture Expert
Imagine feeling like you can be yourself at work because you know you will be valued for that. We all deserve workplaces that value our unique identities, skills and talents. But to create this workplace we need to be clear on how inequality works, and why it is everyone’s problem to solve.
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Researcher, Practitioner, Innovator
LinkedIn equity in the workplace top voice for 2020
The Fix podcast host with 100,000 downloads
Corporate culture expert & Founder of Equality Forward
If You Can See It You Can Be It - Dr. Tarika Barrett and Denise Lintz
Time and time again, studies have shown that math and science are perceived to be male arenas and that scientists are perceived to be predominantly men. To advance more women into STEM fields, not only do women need to know about the career options available to them but they need to believe its possible for them to have a fulfilling career in these fields. A 2019 study published in Frontier Education found that gender-science stereotypes of math and science influence young women's and men's aspirations to enrol in a STEM major at university. For example, by showing adverts for STEM careers that feature men and women, and promoting a less masculine image of science in university recruitment efforts has the potential to increase the likelihood of STEM career aspirations for young women and young men. It stands to reason that the more exposure young people have to STEM the more likely they are to view STEM as a potential career path, whether they are male, female or any other gender. On this podcast we are excited to have with us the CEO of Girls Who Code, Dr.