Women Chemists of Color Videos

Summit Summary Video

With support from the National Science Foundation*, the American Chemical Society (ACS) hosted a Women Chemists of Color Summit at the 240th ACS National Meeting in Boston. This Summit aimed to broaden awareness of challenges for women of color (African Americans, Native Americans, Hispanic/Latinas, and Asian Americans) found at the specific intersection of gender and ethnicity; to gather more data about women chemists of color; and, to provide a forum for building community among women of color. Learn more about the Summit or ACS Women Chemists of Color initiatives.

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Watch the summary video that highlights the Summit and its impact.

Summit Speaker/Organizer Interviews

Watch these video vignettes of successful women chemists of color in which they share how they have navigated their career; the importance of mentoring and role models in their success; their experience of being ‘the only one’; and, their advice for other women.

Summit Impromptu Participant Interviews

Hear participants’ thoughts about the Summit…

Summit Symposia

“Getting to the Table” - http://www.vimeo.com/15373310
This symposium addressed early-career barriers and targeted undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral women chemists of color.

“Staying at the Table” - http://www.vimeo.com/15458834
This symposium addressed mid-career barriers and focused on promotion and advancement for mid-career women chemists of color.

Summit Speaker/Organizer Interviews

Watch these vignettes of successful women chemists of color in which they share how they have navigated their career; the importance of mentoring and role models in their success; their experience of being 'the only one'; and, their advice for other women.

WCoC "Excelling in the Sciences" Forum

The American Chemical Society's Office of Diversity Programs hosted a Women Chemists of Color Excelling in the Sciences Forum at Howard University, Washington, DC. This forum aimed to highlight women of color excelling in the fielld of science and broaden awareness of challenges for women of color (African Americans, Native Americans, Hispanic/Latinas, and Asian Americans) found at the specific intersection of gender and ethnicity and to provide a forum for building community among women of color.