Join your fellow Women in Research to discuss the ever changing nature of our work from a greater focus on DEI initiatives to advancements in research technology to new work environments and policies. We look forward to hosting this panel discussion to cover a number of topics that may impact your work life today. The panel will be moderated by Kavitha Bradley who recently made her own transformation to self-employment. Stick around for treats, networkings, and more!
Sequoyah “DataBae” Glenn, MBA is a data-driven marketer in Atlanta and graduate of Jacksonville University and Brenau University. Sequoyah is a budding serial entrepreneur, founding 924 CoOperative, HappyResignationDay.com, and the Black Marketers Coalition. Sequoyah enjoys volunteering with the Multicultural Insights Collective, The A Pledge; she’s an advisor at USF’s Muma College of Business and proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.