Mikhail Simutin discusses his GATE-funded research on the origins of the gender gap at the event, "Short Talks: Art of Change" in May 2019.
Sarah Kaplan examines how businesses can approach inequality as an innovation challenge at the event, "Short Talks: Art of Change" in May 2019.
GATE's Digital Storyteller examines the uses and abuses of storytelling and explains how we can be more responsible storytellers in the world of education and activism, particularly in regards to gender and diversity.
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan busts five myths regarding women in the workplace and outlines actions organizations and governments can take to achieve progress towards gender equality during the Women in the Workplace Symposium.
This four-part audio series features the four panel conversations hosted at The BAD Conference. These panels focused on the roots of inequality, how to move towards real change, masculinity, and lessons from practice.
In this podcast, MBA Student Fellow Narjis Premjee interviews individuals who have covered or uncovered certain aspects of their identity in the workplace, such as their religion, ethnicity, marital status, disabilities, and sexual orientation.
At Canadian Tech@Scale, Sarah Kaplan argues for a Canadian–more inclusive–model of innovation ecosystems and superclusters.
In Episode 3, Vanessa Ko interviews Sonia Kang and Martin Hauck to bust some myths about recruiting.
Speaking at the Wharton School, Sarah Kaplan pushes attendees to question the focus on making the “business case” for gender equality by asking three questions.
In this video, MBA Student Fellow, Ria Dutta, interviews several practitioners, academics, and activists about sponsorship and how it's different from mentorship.