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Saturday, October 29 • 10:45am - 11:45am
When the Workplace Does You Wrong

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This panel will include discussion of everything from workplace harassment issues to bosses who don't like feedback to what to do when your company says it is downsizing and plans to lay you off. Panelists will include JAWS members with firsthand experience dealing with the vagaries of the modern workplace, as well as an expert on workplace issues and discrimination based on age, race, gender and sexual preference. Panelists will discuss their own experiences and include practical advice on how to navigate workplace challenges, as well as when to stay and fight or cut your losses and move on.

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Speakers
avatar for Rosemary Armao

Rosemary Armao

Associate Professor, SUNY-Albany
Rosemary Armao teaches in the Department of Communication and Journalism at SUNY-Albany. Previously she was a reporter and editor at wire services and newspapers. She has trained journalists and worked on media development projects throughout Eastern Europe and Africa. She is a former executive director of Investigative Reporters and Editors and a former JAWS president.
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Kim Bobo

Executive Director, Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy
Kim Bobo, a nationally known promoter of social justice who literally wrote the book on faith-based organizing, has been selected as the new executive director for the Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy, the advocacy organization announced today. She will begin work at the center’s downtown Richmond office in February. Kim founded and served as the executive director of Interfaith Worker Justice, the nation’s largest network... Read More →
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Marissa Evans

Health/Human Services Policy Reporter, Texas Tribune
Marissa Evans is a health/human services policy reporter at the Texas Tribune. Previously, she was a health policy reporter for CQ Roll Call, where she wrote about Congress and how they're tackling Indian Health Service, Medicaid and mental health services. She also covered how state governments are working on public health issues. Her reporting has appeared in Cosmo for Latinas, Civil Eats, Kaiser Health News, The Seattle Times, The Washington... Read More →
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Alice Ollstein

Political Reporter, ThinkProgress
Alice Ollstein is a political reporter at the nonprofit news site ThinkProgress, where she focuses on the presidential election, voting rights and other political issues. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been reporting in Washington, D.C., ever since, covering the Supreme Court, Congress and national elections for TV, radio, print and online outlets. Her work has aired on Free Speech Radio News, “All Things... Read More →
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Miranda S. Spivack

Eugene S. Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Professor of Journalism, DePauw University
Miranda S. Spivack, the Eugene S. Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Professor of Journalism at DePauw University, is an award-winning journalist who has spent much of her career writing accountability stories about state and local governments. She is working on a journalism project about state and local government transparency and secrecy for the Center for Investigative Reporting. She is a former editor and reporter for The Washington Post, and... Read More →
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Alina Tugend

Journalist
Alina Tugend is a longtime journalist who has worked in Rhode Island; Washington, D.C.; Southern California; London; and New York. From 2005-2015, she wrote the biweekly Shortcuts column for The New York Times business section; in 2011 it received the Best in Business Award for personal finance by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including The Times, The Atlantic, O, the Oprah... Read More →


Saturday October 29, 2016 10:45am - 11:45am
Roanoke Ballroom F

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