Presentations

A significant part of my work involves doing lectures and workshops that to address issues arising in communities, or to support the continued growth of respectful, and engaged difficult dialogues! My presentations are tailored to the audience, with a goal of helping to facilitate the cultural shifts needed to start truly meaningful conversations about issues we often talk around, instead of getting to the heart of the matter.

See Lecture & Workshop Topics
SexEd Conference (New Delhi)
Black Girls & Beauty Workshop (Miami
National Mentoring Award (Atlanta)
1/3

My Recent Events

 
Logo_NIH.png

OWNING YOUR ASSETS & DIGITAL IDENTITY

Research2Share: Empowering UREM Faculty Social Media Skills.
American Psychological Association- Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs

INDIAN, HISPANIC & BLACK COLLEGE STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS OF IPV: A REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE LENS

University of Arizona School of Public Health. Tuscon, AZ

MOCA.jpeg
uh.png

University of Florida Department of Family Youth & Community Sciences. Gainesville, FL 

AffirmingYouth.png
PHRI+Logo+New.jpg
york-university-logo.jpg
MDC.jpg
Georgia_State_University_Logo.svg.png
logo_wcw.png

MORE THAN MACHISMO: EXAMINING THE INTERSECTION OF LATINO SEXUAL HEALTH & MASCULINITY

UNI.png

GLOBAL HEALTH QUALITATIVE METHODS WORKSHOP

National Institutes for Health- Fogarty Center. Bethesda, MD

https___cdn.evbuc.com_images_62743172_70
unt.png
1200px-Florida_Atlantic_University_seal.
YWCA.png
csw64.png
Logo_Miami.png
Logo_Delta.png
unnamed.jpg
GS_TROPICAL FLORIDA.png

INDIAN, HISPANIC & BLACK COLLEGE STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS OF IPV: A REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE LENS

University of Arizona School of Public Health. Tuscon, AZ