THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP YOU DON’T SEE:
BRINGING VISIBILITY TO NEW MAJORITY FOUNDERS
June 21, 2021 | 11:30 – 5:30 pm (et)
Join the Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship faculty for our second conference examining entrepreneurship at the intersection of women, refugees, immigrants, allyship, and anti-Black racism.
The Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship at Brown University invites you to its second research conference examining entrepreneurship at the intersection of women, refugees, immigrants, allyship, and anti-Black racism. The 2021 research conference will be offered virtually on Monday, June 21, 2021, allowing for global outreach and access.
The journal Gender Work and Organizations (GWO) will sponsor a special issue based on the conference theme. Authors wishing to submit to the special issue should first submit an extended abstract for feedback. The Lifetime Achievement and Emerging Scholar Award in Entrepreneurship award will be announced during the conference.
Gender Work and Organizations (GWO) will sponsor a special issue for the conference. We welcome thought pieces and research publications for consideration. Please submit a proposal explaining your research in the field of entrepreneurship as it relates to the topics of this conference and some initial findings HERE.
Dr. Courtney McCluney, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior in the ILR School at Cornell University
Natalie Madiera Cofield, Assistant Administrator for the Office of Women’s Business Ownership, US Small Business Administration
Ashley Gomez, Ph.D.candidate in Behavioral and Social Sciences, School of Public Health, Hazeltine Fellow 2020-2021, Brown University
Dr. Jody Agius Vallejo, Associate Professor, Sociology/American Studies & Ethnicity Co-Director of Graduate Studies, Sociology, Associate Director, USC Equity Research Institute, University of Southern California Dornsife
Ieva Zymbyte, Ph.D. candidate in Sociology, Graduate Program in Development Fellow Population Studies and Training Center Fellow, Hazeltine Fellow 2020-2021, Brown University
Dr. Jennifer Nazareno, Assistant Professor of Public Health and Entrepreneurship
Dr. Banu Ozkazanc-Pan, Professor of Practice, School of Engineering, & Director of the Venture Capital Inclusion Lab and Academic Director of the IE Brown EMBA Program
Sheila Haggerty, Academic Program Manager, Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship