4th Annual Women's History Month Luncheon Keynote Speaker
- Julianne Malveaux, Ph.D. - Economist, Author, Commentator,
Last Word Productions, Inc., President & CEO
Julianne Malveaux is the author of "Unfinished Business:
A Democrat and A Republican Take on the 10 Most Important
Issues Women Face," "Wall Street, Main Street,
Side Street: A Mad Economist Takes a Stroll" and
"Sex, Lies and Stereotypes," an economist,
lecturer, community activist and syndicated columnist whose
weekly columns appear nationally. Julienne’s academic
and popular writing can be found in magazines, newspapers
and journals. She is a frequent contributor to Black Issues
in Higher Education, Ms., USA Today, and Essence magazine.
Dr. Malveaux provides regular radio and television commentary
on socio-political and global issues, on MSNBC, FOX Cable
News, CNN and PBS’s "To the Contrary."
a scholar, Malveaux was a visiting faculty at the University
of California, Berkeley in the African American Studies Department.
Her research focuses on the labor market, public policy, economics,
diversity in the workplace and their impact on women and minorities.
She has co-edited books, written manuscripts and essays on
the status of black women and minorities in the work force.
Most recently, Malveaux was the Editor and Chief for the National
Council of Negro Women's “VOICES OF VISION,"
African American Women on the Issues.
Julianne served two terms as President
of the Business and Professional Women's Club, the Black Leadership
Forum, and as vice president of the San Francisco NAACP. She
was the Vice-President of the National Child Labor Committee,
and Board member of the Center for Policy Alternatives. Malveaux
has worked on the staff of the Rockefeller Foundation, the
Council of Economic Advisors, and has consulted for NOW, Legal
Defense and Education Fund and the National Coalition of 100
native of San Francisco, Malveaux graduated from Boston College
and received her doctorate in economics from the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology. Dr. Malveaux resides in Washington,