APTA Leadership Congress Keynote by Stephanie J. Creary
|Date:||August 13, 2022|
|Time:||4:30 p.m. ET|
Watch the keynote address from the APTA Leadership Congress, delivered by Stephanie J. Creary, PhD, from the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.
This event will be livestreamed and recorded, with streaming information posted to this page on the day of the lecture.
Viewing the Lecture
This event will take place during the APTA Leadership Congress.
A livestream video of the lecture will be added here Aug. 13. A recording will be available for later viewing.
About the Lecturer
Stephanie J. Creary, PhD is an organizational behavior scholar and an assistant professor of management at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Her research examines inclusive leadership, relationships across difference, and organizational change and she regularly shares her research and applied insights with academic and practitioner audiences and the media. She currently hosts the Knowledge at Wharton Leading Diversity at Work Podcast Series where she engages in conversation with a variety of experts in diversity, equity, and inclusion.
She has been awarded the Wharton Teaching Excellence Award four times for her work in developing the school's first-ever DEI courses.
Prior to completing her PhD, Creary was a speech-language pathologist working primarily in hospital and health care settings for 15 years.
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