Diversify your symposium or workshop! The ACS Committee on Minority Affairs Speakers Directory contains names, contact information, and expertise of chemists who are willing to give talks on a variety of topics. Click on the speaker’s name to see details about their expertise and background. See links at the bottom of this page to nominate yourself, request changes, or someone else to join this directory.
Categories: Medicinal Chemistry
Categories: Chemical Engineering, Computational
Categories: Chemical Biology, Diversity & Inclusion, Physical, Women
Categories: Analytical, Chemical Education, Diversity & Inclusion, LGBTQ+, Women
University of Puerto Rico
Categories: Lipid Chemistry, Natural Products, Total Synthesis
Categories: Native American, Oilfield Cement
Categories: African American, Chemical Engineering, Polymer Chemistry
Cape Cod Community College; Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health sciences
Categories: African American, Career Services, Medicinal Chemistry
Texas A&M University Kingsville
Categories: Polymer Chemistry
St Louis Community College
Indiana University School of Medicine
Categories: African American, Chemical Biology, Diversity & Inclusion, Minorities, Physical, Women
Categories: Computational, Organic, Physical
Categories: Chemical Biology, Computational, Diversity & Inclusion, Native American, Physical
Categories: 3D Printing, Additive manufacturing, Materials for electronics, MEMS, Thin-films
Categories: Chemical Education
Categories: Diversity & Inclusion, Minorities, Physical, Women
To join the CMA Speakers Directory, please follow this link to the join request form.
To make a change to your CMA Speakers Directory entry, follow this link to the change request form
Know somebody that should be on this list? Send them a link to this page and invite them to join! For privacy sake, we don’t add speakers to the directory unless they personally opt in.
Looking for additional diverse people for recruiting, speaking, review panels, and more? Try Diversify Chemistry, a project by Ann McNeil to bring visibility to those from underrepresented groups in the academic chemistry community.