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WIRED World We will also hear a new term, “disaggregated data” – in other words, data that has been divided into detailed sub-categories – which will allow us to understand who exactly Covid-19 has killed, who was denied or benefited from relief packages and who was completely forgotten. Disaggregated data will also allow for the identification of the nuances in the characteristics and outcomes that define vulnerability. We will require that data be collected and reported with the purpose of being separated into its component parts. This will give us the accountability we need to measure progress in the wellbeing of vulnerable populations. by Rhonda Vonshay Sharpe, President, WISER
Public policy-making will be made more effective by analysing the intersection of class, poverty and race Click to read Click to read Disaggregated data will bring justice for all: The Wired World in 2021 | The Essential Trends | WISER
Rhonda Media How’s the economy? vs. how’s the economy for each of us? Listen to Kai Ryssdal, host of MarketPlace, discuss the importanct of #disaggregatingdata with our President. Disaggregate Data Rhonda Vonshay Sharpe, President, WISER
Show Me The Data, But Disaggregate It First

Instead, all federally funded research should report data by the intersection of ethnicity, race, gender, class, and other characteristics. That means not simply looking at the numbers based on age or race or gender, but looking at all of those factors at once.

An intersectional approach takes into consideration the fact that people often fit into more than one of these categories. When data are disaggregated this way, the results can inform policies to increase health and economic outcomes of vulnerable groups.
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#disaggregatedata Disaggregated Data by Race | WISER Click to read Newsweek Stimulus Spending, and Lots of It, Is the Only Way for Next President to Fix the Ailing Economy, Experts Say WISER News Week - Women’s Institute for Science, Equity and Race Click to read Newsweek asked 12 leading economic thinkers to imagine a phone call on January 21 from the nation's commander-in-chief asking them, "What's your best advice for me right now on the economy?" Our President's response,

"HELP THE HARDEST HIT"
IPODS Click to learn about IPODS WISER partners with Howard University to provide Inclusive, Peer, Onsite, & Distance (IPODS) Mentoring Howard University recently announced that it will host the American Economic Association Summer Training and Scholarship Program (AEASP) “in support of increasing the pipeline of underrepresented minority economists.” The program will be hosted at Howard for the next five years. The program, which aims to prepare “talented undergraduates for doctoral programs in economics and related disciplines,” will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2024 at Howard.


WISER will partner with Howard to provide inclusive mentoring .
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mentor awards Co-founded by William "Sandy" Darity and Rhonda Vonshay Sharpe, our President, the Diversity Initiative for Tenure in Economics received 2021 American Society of Hispanic Economists' Award for Outstanding Service AEA Mentoring Program 2020 Impactful Mentor Award

In his nomination letter, Dr. Omari Swinton, director of the AEASP and chair of the Department of Economics at Howard University, wrote, “Dr. Sharpe is one of the few people in the profession who knows where most of her mentees are and what they are doing. This is a demonstration of the care and pride that she takes in helping others achieve their goals.”
Recognized for Outstanding Service and as an Impactful Mentor
Mosaic High-technology industries generate tremendous innovation and wealth, yet Black people make up a small share of technical professionals, executives, founders, board members and venture capitalists. The result is missed opportunity for Black professionals and employees to participate in the economic gains created by these industries, and a missed opportunity for tech companies to incorporate their skills, talents, and perspectives. In this session, speakers will discuss the reasons that these barriers persist and highlight efforts to create opportunities for Black people in STEM education fields and in high-tech industry employment, management and ownership.

Wednesday, February 3, 2021 | 12:00pm – 1:00pm ET

Speakers:
Maurice Blackwood, Vice President, Consumer Industry, IBM
Ifeoma Ozoma, Founder and Principal of Earthseed
Rhonda Vonshay Sharpe, Founder and President of the Women’s Institute for Science, Equity and Race
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About WISER


Founded on International Woman’s Day 2016, the Women’s Institute for Science, Equity and Race (WISER) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan 501(c)3 research institute. WISER’s mission is to expand women-focused policy research to include the social, economic, cultural, and political well-being of Asian, Black, Hispanic, Indigenous American, and Multiracial women.

WISER believes a microanalysis approach, the disaggregation of data by race, ethnicity and gender, will draw different conclusions for each group, as opposed to the broad umbrella of “women of color.” Using the term “women of color“assumes that Asian, Black, Hispanic, Indigenous American and Multiracial women are a homogeneous group and results in ineffective policies that do not address the needs of the most vulnerable.

WISER advocates for a society where policy research is inclusive of the needs of Asian, Black, Hispanic, Indigenous American, and Multiracial women. We believe the well-being of Asian, Black, Hispanic, Indigenous American, and Multiracial women is vital for economic progress.

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