Every year, International Women’s Day is held on March 8, celebrating women all around the world. This year’s main theme is INSPIRING CHANGE. Here is a list of McGill experts who are available to give interviews on issues related to the event and to their expertise:
Anita Nowak, Teaching and Learning Servicesanita.email@example.comDirector of Operations for Henry Mintzberg’s Social Learning for Social Impact MOOC (to be launched in September 2014).Research interests: Empathy, social innovation
Carrie Rentschler, Art History and Communication Studies (Not available on March 8)Carrie.Rentschler@mcgill.ca514-398-8327William Dawson Scholar of Feminist Media Studies, Director of the Institute for Gender, Sexuality and Feminist StudiesResearch interests: Feminist media studies, political theory, cultural studies of journalism, crime and violence.
Matissa Hollister, Desautels Faculty of Managementmatissa.firstname.lastname@example.orgResearch interests: Women employment, organizational behaviour
Melissa Sonberg, Desautels Faculty of Managementmelissa.email@example.comResearch interests: Women in business, organizational behaviour
Andrea Tone, Social Studies of Medicineandrea.firstname.lastname@example.orgResearch interests: Women and health
Vrinda Narain, Faculty of Lawvrinda.email@example.comResearch interests: Feminist legal theory, social diversity and law
Myriam Gervais, Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies(Not available on March 7)firstname.lastname@example.org(514) 398-4400 Extension 089871Research interests: Feminist approach of international development.
Sarah Turner, Department of Geographysarah.email@example.com(514) 398-4955Co-Chair of Senate Subcommittee on WomenResearch interests: Women in academia, women in workplace, informal economy work and women