This series is composed of insightful conversations that highlight work and research by faculty and staff members in a virtual one-on-one interview format hosted by Heather E. Burton, associate vice president and senior director for faculty and institutional diversity.
The next discussion will feature Camille Beckette Warner, distinguished associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion at Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing. It will be held Wednesday, Feb. 21, from 6 to 7 p.m.
With more than 25 years of experience, her expertise encompasses aging, medical sociology, intergenerational caregiving and research methodology, focusing on social inequalities and justice throughout life’s stages. Warner is deeply involved in advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in higher education and healthcare, contributing extensively to national committees and professional organizations like the American Sociological Association and the Gerontological Association of America.
A respected scholar and advocate, she’s presented scientific findings, led workshops on cultural diversity, and co-authored articles and book chapters on aging and healthcare. Warner’s commitment extends beyond academia; she’s dedicated to fostering inclusivity and belonging. As a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., she embodies leadership and progress in advancing diversity and equity in society.