I view presenting as a performance art. It is an opportunity to communicate expertise or discovery, to facilitate conversation, and to share information.
Over the years, I have presented to large audiences in a keynote format, to conference attendees in the form of research paper presentations, professional development workshops, or symposium, and to industry partners as well as community groups who were passionate about a topic and just wanted to learn more.
In 2020, I was invited to present for the Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program, in 2019 was a Keynote Presenter at the Saratoga Hospital Medical Group‘s Annual Retreat, and in 2018 was the Keynote Presenter at the Pennsylvania Leadership Studies Annual Conference. I regularly present at academic conferences like Academy of Management and AcademyHealth but also for professional partner organizations as well.
I work hard to ensure that my presentations are dynamic and engaging so that the message is interesting to a broader audience. Some of the topics that I have presented include but are not limited to the following:
- Gender bias in medicine
- The Gender Bias Scale (Diehl, Stephenson, Dzubinski, & Wang, 2020)
- Gender wage gap
- Clinician turnover and burnout
- Clinician identity
- Prison healthcare workers
- Study of leadership
- Role of leadership in change
- Teamwork in clinical settings
- Program evaluation
If you have questions about my presentation experiences or are interested in scheduling a talk, please feel free to contact me using the form below!