Navigating Wellbeing in STEM for Women & particularly Women of Colour
This workshop will discuss imposter syndrome, mentoring, maintaining one’s values and seeing one’s worth, etc.
About this event
This workshop is part of the International Workshop Event organized by FemaleINSPIRES
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About Luna C. Muñoz Centifanti, PhD
Luna C. Muñoz Centifanti, PhD, is a Senior Lecturer in clinical psychology at the University of Liverpool. Her research has concentrated on the emotional and social life of children and how to develop empathy. She’s authored 100+ scientific articles, blogs, reviews, and opinion pieces, and has edited one book. She is an American ex-pat, although both her parents were born in Puerto Rico, so she is bilingual in Spanish and English, and identifies with her rich Boricua culture.
She is passionate about social justice and is proud of her family’s early advocacy in the US for better support for drug users. Notably, her early years were spent on a hippie commune in Vermont, USA. Since the award of her PhD in 2005 from University of New Orleans, she has been living in Europe; she moved to Sweden to do a developmental psychology post-doctoral fellowship. She then moved to England in 2007 for a permanent Lecturer position and also working on interventions to improve the wellbeing of children and families living in socioeconomically disadvantaged areas in the north of England.