Ineke Ceder has been a Research Associate at the Wellesley Centers for Women since the 1990s, where she has been involved on projects that focus on race/ethnicity, sex education, child and adolescent development, and women's leadership. The project on the scarcity of women leaders in theatre brought home to her the continued need to strive for equity and equality in all areas of women's lives.
Invisible Leaders and Creating Support for the Parent Artist: A Conversation on Research, Visibility, and InclusionContinuing the series on parent-artists, Ineke Ceder and Catherine Mueller Melwani discuss how research can play a role in creating a bridge between the parent-artist experiencing isolation and the solutions recommended for equity and parity.
The American Conservatory Theater with Wellesley Centers for Women present findings on a three-year study on the gender equity of leadership opportunities in the nonprofit American theater.
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Researchers Sumru Erkut and Ineke Ceder discuss their study and offer suggestions for including more women and people of color in leadership positions in US regional theatres.