University of Wisconsin–Madison
Karen Catlin and Better Allies book

Video Posted: A Conversation on Gender Allyship

As our UW–Madison community continues to learn and grow, we acknowledge that there are multiple intersections in the way that inclusivity and equity relate to each other. Often described as intersectionality, you are invited to join UW Women+ In IT to explore the ways that gender equity is addressed in the workplace.

Join us for a conversation on gender allyship in the workplace with Karen Catlin, nationally-known author of the book “Better Allies: Everyday Actions To Create Inclusive, Engaging Workplaces.” This will be an opportunity to learn about privilege, spot situations where you can create a more inclusive culture, and also ask questions about how to be a better ally.  

Gender inequality is part of a long list of statistics that show how the imbalance of power in the workplace affects culture, social structure, and economics and is one of the key focuses of UW Women+ In IT.

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What: A Fireside Chat with Karen Catlin, author of Better Allies

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About Karen

Karen Catlin Biography
“Better Allies: Everyday Actions To Create Inclusive, Engaging Workplaces”