Dr. Christy Glass is Director of Humanities and Social Sciences Center for Intersectional Gender Studies & Research at Utah State University. She is also a professor of sociology and anthropology at Utah State. To date, she has published forty peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters that have been cited over 440 times on topics ranging from leadership diversity and organizational management to recruitment, hiring and employment discrimination. Her teaching and research analyzes how gender and race shape access to and mobility in professional work organizations. She recently led a statewide collaboration between USU faculty, USU student researchers, and the Women Lawyers of Utah that studied gender and racial bias in Utah’s legal profession. As a researcher and professional, Dr. Glass is committed to reducing barriers to career advancement for women and racial/ethnic minorities.
Dr. Glass has earned a PhD in Philosophy, Master of Philosophy, Master of Science from Yale University; she earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan in Russian, Central European, East European, and Eurasian Studies. Glass’ research has been featured in the US Chamber of Commerce, American Bar Association, New York Times, Harvard Business Review, and other distinguished organizations.