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PODCAST | Careers in STEM Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

STEM careers have historically been performed by and for populations that do not represent the complete spectrum of unique lived experiences. In recent years however, the STEM community has been experiencing a sort of renaissance for diversity, equity, and inclusion -- or DEI. Efforts to address inequities in who participates in STEM and in who benefits from its advancements are becoming common talking points, but the breadth of resources, new initiatives, and think pieces can make knowing how to participate in these efforts as a scientist daunting or confusing. To weigh in on the challenges, successes, and future of DEI in STEM, we invited a panel of trained scientists who have integrated DEI into their scientific careers in different ways: STPF fellow Trenell Mosley, Juliet Johnston, and Bailey Duhé.


Trenell J. Mosley, Ph.D. Human Geneticist; 
2022-23 Executive Branch Fellow at the National Institutes of Health; 
Twitter: @MosleyTrenell; LinkedIn

Juliet Johnston, Ph.D. Microbial Ecologist; 
Postdoc at Georgia Tech; 

Twitter: @queermsfrizzle

Bailey Duhé, Ph.D. Applied Cultural Anthropologist
DEI strategist; LinkedIn

Host & Producer

Heather Masson-Forsythe, Ph.D., Biochemistry & Biophysics; 
2022-23 Executive Branch Fellow at the National Science Foundation; 
Twitter: @heycurlytop;

Executive Producer

Reshmina William, Ph.D., Civil Engineer; 
2022-23 Executive Branch Fellow at the Department of Energy; 2021-22 Judicial Branch Fellow; 
Twitter: @ReshminaWilliam


Image: Heather Masson-Forsythe

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