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Executive Education
Faculty

Naomi Warren

Associate Professor of Clinical Business Communication

Naomi Warren specializes in communication issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, with a particular emphasis on race, gender, social class, media representations, politics, and policy. Her teaching, research, and consulting are informed by her professional experience as an accountant in the transportation, manufacturing, health care, service, retail, entertainment, and legal sectors and her doctoral research in communication studies, rhetoric, race, and the politics of representation. She was honored with a Golden Apple Teaching Award in 2005 and 2010. Service commitments include advising Marshall’s international case competition teams and serving on the University Diversity Committee.

Current Courses:

Each of us has a unique identity that is shaped by history, socialization and culture. Learn toyou’re your unique identity to manage, motivate and retain multicultural teams. Individuals who can be their authentic selves are more productive, have higher levels of trust, and contribute to organizational success. A corporation is only as good as its culture.

Curriculum

Session One: Explore all aspects of your identity, building the foundation to examine the legacy and value of...

Programs for Organizations:

Custom Designed Curriculum in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI), and Inclusive Leadership

Articles & Research:

Agents of Humanity: Race and Dignity in Arkansas, Chapter 1, 57-84, Naomi Warren A State-by-State History of Race and Racism,
Patricia Reid-Merritt, Greenwood (ABC-CLIO), Four 1. (2019)

Articles & Research:

Agents of Humanity: Race and Dignity in Arkansas, Chapter 1, 57-84, Naomi Warren A State-by-State History of Race and Racism,
Patricia Reid-Merritt, Greenwood (ABC-CLIO), Four 1. (2019)


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