Oneya Fennell Okuwobi is a doctoral student in sociology at the Ohio State University. Okuwobi’s research interests include the sociology of organizations, race, and religion and group processes. More specifically, her research interrogates how diverse organizations affect racial inequality; because diverse organizations often mask racial inequality, they may reify, rather than rectify, existing stratification. Her doctoral dissertation explores how people of color experience diversity policies and procedures across three organization types: corporations, universities, and multiracial churches. Okuwobi was previously a corporate finance manager with 14 years’ experience in strategic business planning, category expansion, and organizational leadership. She regularly engages corporate and religious organizations with her research. In this vein, she is co-author of Multiethnic Conversations, a small group study designed to educate diverse religious communities on the sociology of race. Okuwobi has a bachelor’s in economics from the University of Virginia and M. Div. in practical theology from Regent University.