Productivity during COVID-19: Issues for Working Families

Wednesday, June 24 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm

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The USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, the Center for Gender Equity in Medicine & Science and USC Women in Management are hosting a panel and facilitated discussion regarding productivity during COVID-19. There is a lot of concern about meeting work demands with the Shelter at Home order of COVID-19, as childcare, eldercare and housework responsibilities are disproportionately impacting working parents/primary caregivers. The goal of the event is to raise awareness of the issues and discuss possible solutions.

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Introductions by:
Jack H. Knott, Dean USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
Laura Mosqueda, Dean  Keck School of Medicine of USC

Brent Blair, PhD
Professor of Theatre Practice in Voice and Movement, Head of Theatre and Social Change 
USC School of Dramatic Arts

Erika H. Chesley
President of USC Staff Assembly
Associate Director of Engagement and Communications
USC Auxiliary Services

Grace Kung, MD
Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Keck School of Medicine

Kathleen Nelson, MD
Associate Dean for Leadership and Wellness
Keck School of Medicine

Cindy Ryan, PhD, MFT
Employee Assistance Professional
Center for Work and Family Life 

Closing Remarks by:

Felicia A. Washington
Senior Vice President of Human Resources
University of Southern California

Moderated by:
Christine Beckman 
Price Family Chair in Social Innovation and Professor of Public Policy
USC Sol Price School of Public Policy 

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