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Board Members

Stephanie Skourtes

Stephanie Skourtes

IVSA Board Member

I was many things before I became an academic: social worker, youth anti-oppression organizer, teacher, filmmaker. I was always looking for the “right” vocation, the one that would allow me to stand and critique society while not forcing me to chose among my range of interests and passions. 

International Visual Sociology Association

University of British Columbia, Educational Studies

Rochelle Woodley-Baker

Rochelle Woodley-Baker

IVSA Board Member

I have been an active member of the IVSA since 2007 and an Executive Board member since 2008. In this time, I have developed an appreciation of the IVSA's history and capacity to support scholarship amongst a broad range of members. I joined the University of South Australia in 2002, holding research and teaching positions in the schools of Education and Natural and Built Environments. 

International Visual Sociology Association

Renu Junjarwad

Renu Junjarwad

IVSA Graduate Student Board Member

I am a Ph.D. student in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. I am pursuing an interdisciplinary Doctorate in Design and Social Science. Prior to perusing my PhD, I received a Masters of Design in New Product Innovation – Industrial Design – from Arizona State University and a Masters in Industrial Design from SPA in New Delhi, India. 

Arizona State University, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

International Visual Sociology Association

Diane Grams

Diane Grams

IVSA Board of Directors

I am an independent community ethnographer and a faculty fellow at the Yale University Center for Cultural Sociology. I use video and still photography in my research to investigate symbolism, meaning, and identity across cultural boundaries.

Molly Merryman

Molly Merryman

Filmmaker, Associate Professor of Sociology

I am an associate professor of Sociology and the coordinator of the LGBT Studies program at Kent State University.  I primarily teach in the Master’s program in Criminology & Criminal Justice, where my focus is in Victimology and diversity. My scholarly work utilizes documentary video methodologies—in other words, I make movies.  I currently serve on the Executive board for the Ethnografilm Festival and on the editorial board for the Journal of Visual Ethnography. I also am on the national advisory committee for Expanding the Circle and am a member of the Oral History Association.

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