On this episode of On the Evidence, guests Patricia A. King, LaVerne H. Council, and Akira Bell discuss diversity in evidence-based public policy and how it relates to issues of inclusion and justice. They are all members of Mathematica's Board of Directors who recently helped develop the company's aspirational vision that by 2035, "Mathematica is shaping an equitable and just world in which evidence drives decisions for global impact." They bring unique perspectives as Black women who are leaders in the fields of law, medicine, and technology.
Patricia is a professor emerita at Georgetown Law. LaVerne is a founder and the chief executive officer of Emerald One, which works with mission-driven leaders and organizations to create and execute business and technology strategies that enact positive change. Akira is a senior vice president and the chief information officer at Mathematica.
Find a full transcript of the episode here: https://bit.ly/3dXAZmc
Find LaVerne's podcast, Brilliant in 20 here: https://bit.ly/3tvrfFe
Find Akira's blog on ensuring that data security, privacy, and ethics are at the heart of the digital transformation occurring at Mathematica and other evidence-building organizations: https://bit.ly/3e81hB5
Read an interview with Pat about the 25th anniversary of the Belmont Report here: https://bit.ly/3uOgTAC
Read an interview with Pat about her career as a civil rights leader here: https://bit.ly/3tp5Hu0
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