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October 2017

Former Clayman Institute Director Deborah Rhode graced the cover of Stanford magazine and was featured in the cover story about her illustrious career.
 
Londa Schiebinger, our former director and a current faculty research fellow, as interviewed by WIPO magazine about why gender must be taken seriously by researchers and innovators. She was also interviewed by the University of Geneva's campus magazine, and she was featured in an Australian Broadcasting Company telecast about sex differences. 
 
Our current executive director, Lori Nishiura Mackenzie was named one of the BBC's 100 inspirational and innovative women of 2017.
 
The Institute's Senior Director of Research, Caroline Simard, was quoted in an article at Voice of America about the barriers women face in the workplace.
 
Former Graduate Dissertation Fellow Priya Fielding-Singh saw the publication of her article, "A Taste of Inequality," at the academic journal Sociological Science.
 
In an exclusive interview with Fortune, GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving credits the Clayman Institute research team with helping them increase the number of women promoted at the company by 30%. 
 
Current Faculty Research Fellow Rabia Belt discussed challenges that disabled people face in natural disasters with the Stanford Law School.
 
Managing Editor Marcie Bianco analyzed the Harvard report on the media's bias during the 2016 election for the Women's Media Center. Also, for the Women's Media Center, she wrote about Clayman Institute Associate Director Alison Dahl Crossley's new book, Finding Feminism. Bianco wrote a feature about the Stanford Arts/Taylor Mac collaboration for McSweeney's and the Stanford Live's keepsake program book. She also wrote about the new Bette Davis memoir and the value of female mentorship for Quartz, and she interviewed the memoir's author for a piece at Vanity Fair.