Michelle Budig

Vice Provost for Faculty Development / Professor of Sociology · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Michelle Budig's research includes labor market inequalities, wage penalties for caregiving, work-family policy, and nonstandard employment.

Motherhood Penalty Quantitative Methods Self-Employment Work and Family Policy Gender and Family Status Inequality in Labor Markets

Dr. Lucie Vidovićová

Lecturer · Masaryk University

Long-term research interests include the sociology of ageing, age discrimination, active ageing, and social exclusion

Ageing Population Ageing Survey Methodology and Data Analysis Social & Sociological Analysis Demography and Population Studies

Danny Schechter

Executive Producer · Globalvision, News Dissector Blog

As a radio broadcaster, TV commentator and long time journalist, I can speak on many issues and with charisma

The Financial Crisis as A Crime Story Media: the More You Watch the Less You Know A Global Perspective On Social Change

Dr. Mary Ann Tsao

Chairman · Tsao Foundation Singapore

Chairwoman & founding director of the Tsao Foundation, a regionally oriented non-profit foundation dedicated to aged care and ageing issues.

Home Care Health and Ageing

Dale Belman

Professor · Michigan State University

Professor Belman conducts research on unions and labor market regulation

Labor Relations Minimum-wage and Low-wage Work Puiblic-sector Employment Truckers and Trucking Construction Industry

Johannes M. Bauer

Quello Chair in Media and Information Policy and Director, James H. and Mary B. Quello Center · Michigan State University

Expert in the digital economy, including digital innovation, information and media policy, Internet governance including net neutrality

Media Economics Media Policy Net Neutrality Information Policy Digital Economy

Paolo Spadoni

Associate Professor of Political Science · Augusta University

Dr. Paolo Spadoni is a widely recognized expert on Cuba and its international relations.

Cuba Latin America International Relations Costa Rica U.S.-Cuba Relations

Natasha Bakht

Associate Professor · University of Ottawa

Professor Bakht’s research interests are in the intersecting area of religious freedom and women’s equality.

Law Culture Rights Minority Rights Religious Freedom Women's Equality

Marybeth Shinn

Cornelius Vanderbilt Chair, Department of Human and Organizational Development · Vanderbilt University

Expert in how to prevent and end homelessness

Affordable Housing Social Exclusion Homelessness Poverty

Chaya Crowder

Assistant Professor of Political Science & International Relations · Loyola Marymount University

Chaya Crowder is an expert in political behavior, race and ethnicity politics, social media and American politics.

American Politics Race and Politics Political Science Political Behavior Social Media

H. Shelton Weeks, Ph.D.

Expert in real estate and financial markets · Florida Gulf Coast University

H. Shelton Weeks has extensive industry experience in valuation of real property with an emphasis on senior living projects.

Economics Corporate Finance Real Estate Financial Markets Investments

Timothy Meyer

Professor of Law · Vanderbilt University

Expert in international trade, energy policy and investment law

Trans Pacific Partnership International Trade Agreements International Energy Governance International Lawmaking International Investment Law

Erin Devlin

Assistant Professor of History and American Sciences · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Devlin focuses on race, public memory, and social justice

American Studies Social Justice Race Public Memory American History

Stephen Taylor

Assistant Professor of Finance, MT School of Management · New Jersey Institute of Technology

Stephen Taylor's interests are at the intersection of the application of mathematics, statistics, finance and data analysis/visualization.

Derivatives Markets Machine Learning Fintech Quantitative and Computational Finance Data Science

Margo Okazawa-Rey, EdD

Adjunct Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Critical ethnic studies and gender studies; Militarism, conflict, and women’s activism; Social change; Mixed-racial identity development

Militarism, armed conflict, and violence against women Mixed-racial identity development African-American/Asian-American relations Critical multicultural education Feminist activist research methodology

Ricardo Perez-Truglia

Associate Professor · Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

Behavioral Economics Political Economy Public Economics

Jerusha Conner, PhD

Associate Professor of Education; Program Coordinator, Graduate Education | Department of Education and Counseling · Villanova University

Jerusha Conner, PhD, is an expert on trends in education policy, urban education, student learning, engagement, and activism.

Youth Activism Urban Education Education Policy School Reform Student Engagement

Bruce E. Carter, Sr.

Assistant Vice President - Diversity and Inclusion · Church Mutual Insurance Company, S.I.

Bruce is a long-time advocate of incorporating diversity and inclusion practices at the national and state levels.

Strengthening Diversity and Inclusion Diversity and Inclusion Strategies Diversity and Inclusion How to Improve Diversity and Inclusion Human Resources

Chris Jones

Professor, Economics, Finance and Entrepreneurship · Aston University

Chris Jones maintains primary research interests in various areas of international economics and international business.

MNEs Foreign Aid Tax Havens FDI International Trade

Margaret Abraham

Professor of Sociology · Hofstra University

Margaret Abraham's research specializes in domestic violence, gender studies, and the South Asian Diaspora.

Sociology Gender Ethnicity Globalization Migration