Marianne Cooper led Stanford University’s Leadership Innovation Lab and worked as an affiliate for the University’s Center on Poverty and the Poverty and Equality Center. Noted as Lean In’s primary researcher, she is an expert on diversity, economic inequality, gender, and women in leadership positions. Sharing her knowledge about these fields, her keynotes tackle issues of concern to women in the workplace. Dr. Cooper researches family dynamics in the age of insecurity. She has written for top-tier publications, including Harvard Business Review, Politico, and The Washington Post.
Why you should book Marianne Cooper for your next event
- Marianne Cooper offers audiences a wealth of information about the role of women in the workplace. Integrating data-backed solutions for employment and work challenges, her research gives women insights into how to make it to the top.
- Cooper is the lead researcher on Sheryl Sandberg’s New York Times best seller, Lean In. Her groundbreaking work has transformed how women view the workplace for generations.
- Recognized as the foremost expert in her field, Dr. Cooper offers listeners actionable steps and insights into workplace culture and how women fit in.
Marianne Cooper provides data-backed research to iconic brands about women in the workplace. Known for her research on the best seller, Lean In, she offers unique insights about the role of women in business environments. An expert on gender and diversity issues, she consults corporations about how to create a positive working environment for female employees. As an advisory member of the board for Time’s Up, she’s passionate about using her platform to positively impact opportunities for women in the world.
Recognized globally for her work on Sheryl Sandberg’s best seller, Dr. Cooper leverages her platform to speak about women’s workplace issues. Her lab’s recent research includes data on creating an inclusive and hybrid workplace environment. Her research empowers all workers to thrive in the workplace by creating a positive working environment. Focusing on her work for Standford’s Center for Poverty & Equality, she establishes a bar for how corporations view and treat employees. Leveraging her sociology expertise, Dr. Cooper has become the foremost expert on issues related to women, gender, diversity, and equality in the workplace.
Dr. Cooper holds a Ph.D in Sociology from the University of California at Berkeley and serves as an affiliated educator for the Center for Institutional courage.
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