Kathleen Mullan Harris, Ph.D.

James Haar Distinguished Professor, Sociology; Faculty Fellow at Carolina Population Center · UNC-Chapel Hill

Areas of expertise: Social Demography; Population Health; Family, Poverty, & Public Policy; Data Collection & Research Design.

Family, Poverty and Social Policy Social Inequality Health Disparities

Andrea S. Boyles

Associate Professor of Sociology and Africana Studies · Tulane University

Dr. Boyles is an expert in race and social justice; Black citizen-police conflict; neighborhood disorder/crime; community; and resistance.

Qualitative Methods Neighborhood Disadvantage and Disorder Intersections of Race, Class and Gender Social Inequality Police-Citizen Relations

Steven Schapiro, EdD

Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Doctoral Faculty in Human & Organizational Development

Human Development Education for Democracy Community-Building Multicultural Education Men's Development

Dr. Stella Chatzitheochari

Associate Professor, Sociology · University of Warwick

Stella Chatzitheochari is an expert on the study of time allocation and social stratification

Migration & Culture Trends in Time-use Working Time Social Inequality Childhood Disability

John Osburg

Associate Professor of Anthropology · University of Rochester

Osburg is an expert on contemporary Chinese society and the changing economy in China

Entrepreurship in China Chinese Society Contemporary China Masculinity China

Matthew Kerbel, PhD

Professor of Political Science | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Matthew Kerbel, PhD, is the go-to source for stories about political communication.

Political Science Political Parties Presidency and Governorship American Government Media and Politics

Dr Elisabeth Schimpfossl

Senior Lecturer · Aston University

Elisabeth Schimpfossl's research interests are the sociology of elites as well as power and social inequality.

Philanthropy Social Inequality Sociology Elites Russia

Kaylie Tiessen

Economist and Researcher · Unifor

Researching labour markets, social progress and the value of public services.

Labour Economics Labour Markets Precarious Work Policy Analysis Poverty

Nicola Smith, MBA, JD

Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Structural inequality and diversity; Leadership for change; Children’s rights advocacy; Ethics and professional responsibility

Leadership and Change Alternative Dispute Resolution Workplace Politics Ethics and Professional Responsibility Organizational Theories

David Neumark

Chancellor's Professor, Economics · UC Irvine

David Neumark is an American economist and a Chancellor's Professor of Economics at UC Irvine.

Health Economics Finance Gender Inequality in Relationships Economics Demographics

Nick Drydakis

Director of the Centre for Pluralist Economics (CPE) · Anglia Ruskin University

Nick is spokesperson at the IZA World of Labor for areas such as inequality, poverty & discrimination.

Labour Markets Economics of Inequality Labour Economics Population Economics Economic Crises

Rory Kramer, PhD

Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Rory Kramer, PhD, is an expert on racial inequality, race and education, police use of force and segregation and the physical environment.

Criminology Urban neighborhoods Urban Sociology Education and inequality Racial identity

Sarah Reckhow

Assistant Professor of Political Science · Michigan State University

Sarah Reckhow is an expert on education policy, urban and state politics, and philanthropy and nonprofits in public policy.

Philanthropy Racial Politics State Politics Education Policy Every Student Suceeds Act

Anna DiStefano, EdD

Provost Emerita · Fielding Graduate University

Social Justice; Women’s Empowerment; Higher Ed. Accreditation

Accreditation Gender Empowerment Qualitative Research Action Research Methods Structural Inequality and Diversity

Kathy Norwood, EdD, PCC

Adjunct Faculty - Evidence Based Coaching · Fielding Graduate University

Bridging educational coaching with the profession of coaching; diversity and structural equality; sustainability

Professional Coaching (Using A Variety of Evidence-Based Coaching Models) Systems Theories Organizational Change Adult Learning Theories Neurosciences and Coaching

Thomas Pogge

Director, Global Justice Program ; Leitner Professor of Philosophy and International Affairs · Yale University

Examining solutions to issues of global inequality and justice in health care are long-standing concerns for this Yale professor & author

Justice in Health Care Social and Political Philosophy Ethics and Moral Philosophy Globalization and Inequality

Rick Eckstein, PhD

Professor of Sociology | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Rick Eckstein, PhD, is an expert in sports and society, youth sports, gender and sports, intercollegiate spending and stadium financing.

Title IX College Athletics Reform Sociology of Sport Stadium Financing Labor and Unions

Kitty Kelly Epstein, PhD

Faculty Trustee + Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Activist, organizing for power

Action Orientated Research Leadership & Change Structural Inequality and Diversity Research and Action On the Racial Wealth Gap Resident Engagement in Urban Policy

Stephen J. Andriole, PhD

Thomas G. Labrecque Professor of Business Technology | Villanova School of Business · Villanova University

Stephen J. Andriole, PhD, is an expert in emerging technologies and business technology strategy

Emerging Technology Trends Technology Adoption Virtual & Augmented Reality Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Social Media Analytics

Jill McCorkel, PhD

Professor of Sociology and Criminology | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Jill McCorkel, PhD, examines the social and political consequences of mass incarceration in the United States

#SayHerName Prison Education Programs Race, Class and Gender Inequality Prisons and Punishment Law and Criminal Justice Policy