Yolonda Yvette Wilson, Ph.D.
Yolonda Yvette Wilson earned her degree in Philosophy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Wilson’s work centers on race and gender justice, particularly in health care. Her recent article, “Intersectionality in Clinical Medicine: The Need for a Conceptual Framework,” is a consideration on applying intersectionality’s intellectual approach in the clinical environment. Presently, Dr. Wilson is working on a monograph, “Black Death: Racial Justice, Priority-Setting, and Care at the End-of-Life.” Additionally, Dr. Wilson’s public scholarship on issues of bioethics, race, and gender have appeared in The Hastings Center’s Bioethics Forum and The Conversation and republished in outlets such as The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, Salon.com and The Philly Voice. Dr. Wilson is a 2019-2020 fellow of the National Humanities Center in Durham, N.C.