This week’s post is a screencast on interviewing women by Jiyea Park and Areeb Gul.
Jiyea Park is a doctoral student in the Learning, Leadership, Organization Development at the University of Georgia (UGA). Jiyea was born in South Korea and has lived in Korea, China, and the U.S. Before joining UGA, Jiyea completed her undergraduate and Master in Lifelong Education at Soongsil University, where she has studied “Baby Boomers’ learning outcome of the reemployment education.” Her research interests are women in workplace settings and women’s career development and leadership.
Areeb Gul is a Masters student in the Merchandising, Textiles and Interiors program at the University of Georgia. Areeb was born in Pakistan and completed her undergraduate in Fashion and Design from Iqra University, Islamabad. She also taught Fashion Design courses including Pattern Making and Draping from 2019-2020 at Iqra University. After this she moved to Athens, Georgia in January 2021 to pursue her graduate degree at the University of Georgia where here research interests focus on the experiences of Muslim women that wear the hijab.
For a transcript, click HERE