Sharoni Little

Associate Dean and Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer & Professor of Clinical Business Communication
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PhD, Indiana University; Ed.D., USC; MA and BA, California State University, Los Angeles

Sharoni Denise Little, Professor of Clinical Business Communication is an award-winning teacher, researcher, and mentor. A renowned author, global facilitator, and media commentator, Sharoni’s research and expertise centers on organizational leadership, strategic communication, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. She is completing her forthcoming books, The Perpetual Surveillance of Black Men (2019), and Diapers and Dissertations: Women, Education, and Work (2019), and is the recipient of the USC Faculty Mentoring award, two Marshall School of Business, “Golden Apple” teaching awards, and the USC Remarkable Woman award. An educational and social advocate Sharoni is a member and Immediate Past Chair of the Los Angeles County, Policy Roundtable for Childcare and Development Commission and sits on several boards of trustees. Throughout her career, she has partnered with numerous community leaders and organizations, including the Aspen Institute, Obama Foundation, Children's Defense Fund, and the Compton Human Trafficking Task Force.
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Sharoni Little () "Straight Into Compton: The Transformational Leadership of Millenial Mayor, Aja Brown ,"  USC Marshall School of Business.
Sharoni Little () "Don't Lean--Jump In: Confronting, Dismantling, and (re) Writing the Historical Narrative of Black Boys in Educational Institutions ,"  A Guide for White Women Who Teach Black Boys  Corwin Press, 15, 472.
Naomi Warren, Sharoni Little () "Maximizing Creativity Through Diversity ,"  Marshall Magazine.
Sharoni Little () ""Embrowning" the Ivory Tower ,"  Indiana University Office for Women's Affair Newsletter  10, 5.