Julia Taylor Kennedy

Center for Talent Innovation; Former Carnegie Council Staff

Julia Taylor Kennedy is senior vice president and senior fellow at the Center for Talent Innovation, where she drives qualitative research and writes reports on gender and diversity in the workplace.

Previously, she was a program officer at Carnegie Council.

Taylor Kennedy has advised speakers for platforms like the World Economic Forum and the United Nations, and collaborated on articles published in Forbes, Time, and academic journals. She has designed and facilitated sessions at The Conference Board, the UN and Carnegie Council, among others. Taylor Kennedy also hosted and produced 51%, a public radio show on gender issues, and reported for NPR and NPR member stations. She earned a MA of international relations from Yale University and a journalism degree from Northwestern University.

Featured Work

MAR 13, 2012 Podcast

The Responsibility to Protect: A New International Norm?

What is Responsibility to Protect exactly? Dutch Ambassador Herman Schaper gives an expert talk on how it developed, how it is defined, how it was ...

MAR 8, 2012 Podcast

Responsible Oversight: How Boards Can Promote Profitable and Ethical Organizations

In this in-depth discussion, participants examine two case-studies, one for-profit and one non-profit organization: Kimberly-Clark (parent company of Kleenex and Huggies, among other brands), and ...

Words by Henry David Thoreau<br>CREDIT: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/x1brett/5181314180/in/photostream/" target="_blank">Brett Jordan (CC)</a>

MAR 6, 2012 Podcast

Creating an Ethical Business Culture

Two business school leaders discuss ways that different schools are injecting business ethics into their curricula. "What you have to do is to have the ...

Anne-Marie Slaughter

FEB 22, 2012 Podcast

Ethics Matter: Policymaker and Scholar Anne-Marie Slaughter

Anne-Marie Slaughter on the responsibility to protect: "I believe in a values-based foreign policy and looking to cooperate as often as I can. I also ...

Occupy Wall St, Washington Square Park 2011<br>CREDIT: <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Occupy_Wall_Street_Washington_Square_Park_2011_Shankbone.JPG" target=_blank">David Shankbone</a>

FEB 1, 2012 Podcast

A Look at Income Inequality in the United States

Hedge fund manager Philippe Burke gives us an inside look at what went wrong with the financial system and explains why he supports Occupy Wall ...

Brian Michael Till

JAN 31, 2012 Podcast

Lessons from the Old Guard: Can Gen Y Best the Challenges that Bettered the Baby Boom?

Fresh out of college, and frustrated with his own generation's political apathy, Brian Till set out to interview the former world leaders he most admired, ...

Thomas Pogge

JAN 31, 2012 Podcast

Ethics Matter: Philosopher Thomas Pogge, Crusader for Global Justice

In this fascinating conversation, Thomas Pogge explains how growing up in post-war Germany awakened him to injustice. He lays out his plan for reforming the ...

Ian Bremmer

JAN 17, 2012 Podcast

Top Risks and Ethical Decisions 2012 with Ian Bremmer

What are the biggest political risks in 2012, and the associated ethical decisions? Political risk guru Ian Bremmer discusses his annual list, and his conclusions may ...

JAN 17, 2012 Podcast

A Look at Global Sustainability, with a Focus on China

Carnegie Council's Evan O'Neil ponders the future of mega-cities, and leading Chinese environmentalist Ma Jun discusses China's air and water crisis and the work of ...

JAN 10, 2012 Podcast

A Global Look at Migration

Global migration is a key part of our economic future and one that is often overlooked. Three experts offer very different takes on migration, spanning ...