The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Meeting of May 23, 2007 - Achieving Work/Family Balance: Employer Best Practices for Workers with Caregiving Responsibilities

Anika K. Warren, Ph.D., Director, Research, Catalyst

Dr. Anika K. Warren is a Director in Research at Catalyst, the leading nonprofit corporate membership research and advisory organization working globally with businesses and the professions to build inclusive environments and expand opportunities for women and business. She is a member of the Women of Color Issue Specialty Team and Diversity and Inclusion Action Council, and leads and supports research projects focused on organizational change and effectiveness, people of color, and women in leadership. Dr. Warren has expertise in the areas of diversity consulting, multicultural training, people of color, work-life, career counseling and coaching, and performance management. Prior to joining Catalyst, Dr. Warren was a full-time Assistant Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University. She also consulted to telecommunication and financial service companies, provided career coaching, and published research articles and book chapters on issues related to diversity and inclusion. She has served as an educator, consultant, and counselor to several Fortune 500 companies, universities, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and community health organizations. Dr. Warren has two training videos catering to the unique needs of multicultural clients and their organizational challenges. She currently teaches graduate level courses at Teachers College, Columbia University as a part-time visiting professor. Before graduate school, Dr. Warren worked in finance at the Gap and Charles Schwab and was involved in recruitment and career development efforts at both corporations. Anika received her B.B.A. in Finance from Howard University, earned her M.A. and M.Ed. in Psychological Counseling at Teachers College, Columbia University focusing on organizational and multicultural psychology, and completed her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at Boston College.

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