Dr. Janet Reid is honored as a Great Living Cincinnatian, a prestigious recognition that acknowledges her leadership, attention to the needs of others, accomplishments within the community, and more.
Dr. Janet Reid discusses the neuroscience behind bias and how bias is a natural, reflexive response that can be mitigated by learning to pause and consider alternatives.
Dr. Janet Reid discusses the 20-year impact of Cincinnati civic panel Community Action Now (Cincinnati CAN) after the fatal shooting of Timothy Thomas in 2003.
In an interview with Lynnette M. Heard, Dr. Janet Reid shares how best to encourage boards to proactively listen and respond to a new generation of activist students.
Dr. Janet Reid discusses how DEI and the social determinants of health are a vital focus during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Janet Reid and Vincent Brown discuss why relating to people different from ourselves comes less naturally.
Dr. Janet Reid and Vincent Brown discuss our inherent biases and how becoming more intrinsically inclusive can help.
Dr. Janet Reid and Vincent Brown discuss how to think and behave like inclusive people.
Dr. Janet Reid and Vincent Brown discuss how we can rewire our brains to eliminate biases.