Women in science and medicine face vicious online hate for speaking publicly about COVID-19 (Cited in Report on Business, Dec. 21, 2021)
How to navigate career advancement in the new world of hybrid work (Cited in Report on Business [print edition], p. B10, July 13, 2021).
Can Getting a Divorce Help Your Career (Cited in the Report on Business, Globe and Mail; 2015)
How to be Resilient in Your Career on “In Town and Out with Giacomo Panico” on CBC Radio (March 18, 2023)
I provided background research and context to Natasha Nicholson from HR.com and she quoted me in this article: Workplace Bullying: Impact On Organizational Performance, published on August 31, 2023.
I spoke with journalist Ms. Stephanie Olsen from InHerSight about the “second wave of corporate discrimination against women and visible minorities, and it’s called the glass cliff.”
On Wed. Dec. 15, 2021, I spoke with The Career Buzz Show host Nicole Hamilton about the field of Psychology in Canada. We discussed strategies for gaining admission to competitive programs and some of the challenges of lacklustre representation. Listen here.
“How Women Over 50 Can Build Resilient Careers” was published on Nov. 15, 2022. Among other topics, we discuss how women who are over 50 years of age are often underestimated and can be passed over for promotions, especially if they don’t exhibit much ego or a big personality in the workplace.
On June 23, 2023, I delivered the Section Featured Speaker Address, “Psychology’s Role in Addressing Urgent Problems in Canada,” for the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) Section Program focused on Black Psychology.
This was the first CPA Convention since I co-founded the Black Psychology Section. Earlier in the day, I also participated in a Paper within a symposium, “How to Be Resilient in Your Career: Facing up to Barriers at Work as a Racialized Person.”
Here’s an excerpt from my Featured Speaker Address and a short interview (5 min total).