- Women's Experiences with Male Allies
- Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People
- Engaging Men in Gender Initiatives: What Change Agents Need to Know
- Exploring Faculty Salary Equity at U.S. Medical Schools by Gender and Race/Ethnicity
- Five Ways Men Can Improve Gender Diversity at Work
- How Men Can Decenter So Women Can Step Up
- Men Are Afraid to Mentor Women - Here is what we can do about it
- MGI Power of Parity Full Report - September 2015
- Promising Practices for Understanding and Addressing Salary Equity at U.S. Medical Schools
- The Design of Everyday Men: A new lens for gender equality progress
- The Only Woman in the Room
- “Women as Deficit”: Re-evaluating Interventions to Establish Gender Equity
- Impact of Mentoring on Academic Career Success for Women in Medicine: A Systematic Review
- Other publications of interest for Men Allies for Women
- Other resources for Men Allies recommended by Brad Johnson and David Smith
- Listen: When Men Mentor Women. W. Brad Johnson & David G. Smith (October 24, 2018) HBR Ideacast: Harvard Business Review.
- Mentoring Women Is Not About Trying to “Rescue” Them. David G. Smith & W. Brad Johnson (March 14, 2018) Harvard Business Review.
- Lots of men are Gender-Equality Allies in Private. Why Not in Public? W. Brad Johnson & David G. Smith (October, 2017) Harvard Business Review.
- The Best Mentors Think Like Michelangelo. W. Brad Johnson & David G. Smith (January 23, 2018) Harvard Business Review.
- How Masculinity Contests Undermine Organizations, and What to Do About It. Berdahl, J. et al. (2018). Harvard Business Review.
- How to Talk About Sexual Harassment with Your Coworkers. Harvard Gallo, A. (2017) Harvard Business Review.
- How Men Get Penalized for Straying from Masculine Norms. Mayer, D. (2018). Harvard Business Review.
- Why Tech’s Approach to Fixing Its Gender Inequality Isn’t Working. Wynn, A. (2019, October) Harvard Business Review.
- Male Mentors Shouldn’t Hesitate to Challenge Their Female Mentees. David G. Smith & W. Brad Johnson (May 29, 2017) Harvard Business Review.
- Athena rising: How and why men should mentor women. W. B. Johnson, & D. G. Smith (2016). Boston, Harvard Business Review Press.
- Mentoring Someone with Imposter Syndrome. W. Brad Johnson & David G. Smith (February 22, 2019) Harvard Business Review.
- Real Mentorship Starts with Company Culture, Not Formal Programs. W. Brad Johnson & David G. Smith (December 30, 2019). Harvard Business Review.
- Why diversity programs fail and what works better. Dobbin, F., & Kalev, A. (2016) Harvard Business Review.
- Designing a bias-free organization. Morse, G. (2016) Harvard Business Review.
Men Allies in Action at MGH
Men Allies in Action Achievements of Note:
These men allies have each received nominations for the 2022 Brian A. McGovern, MD Award for Clinical Excellence, created by the Mass General Physician’s Organization to honor the memory of Dr. McGovern’s dedication, compassion, and kindness to all patients and staff.
- Allan Goldstein, MD
- Richard Hodin, MD
- Darshan Mehta, MD, MPH
- Rafael Vazquez, MD
These men allies were recognized as part of the Massachusetts General Hospital Highly Cited Researchers.
- Steve Greenberg, MD, PhD
- Daniel Haber, MD, PhD
Brian Cummings, MD, attending physician, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, chair, Pediatric Ethics Committee and medical director and vice chair, Mass General for Children, was appointed as the inaugural incumbent of the Ronald E. Kleinman, MD Endowed Chair in Pediatrics. Cummings’ research and teaching efforts focus on clinical ethics, quality and safety in a complex health care system.
Kenneth Freedberg, MD, of the MGH Division of General Internal Medicine and MGH Infectious Disease Unit, received the Stephen Calderwood Award for Excellence in Mentoring. This award is named after Stephen Calderwood, MD, physician emeritus and emeritus chief of the MGH Division of Infectious Diseases, a staunch advocate for promotion of faculty at all career stages and the advancement of women faculty. The award is given to an exceptional Department of Medicine research mentor whose first faculty appointment occurred more than 10 years ago.
Avinash Kambadakone, MD, FSABI, Chair of Abdominal Imaging, received the inaugural Wittling Service Award from the Society for Advanced Body Imaging in recognition of his contributions and service to the society.
Participating faculty in the Allies in Action program, by department:
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation