• NIH Global Health Scholars Qualitative Research Workshop

    July 7-9, 2023
    National Institutes of Health
    Bethesda, MD


    June 8- 10, 2023
    Public Health Institute of India
    Mysuru, India

  • Global Perspectives of Social Health across Emerging Adulthood

    June 2, 2023
    Now and What's Next: Global Perspectives of Social Health across Emerging Adulthood. Invited Presentation for the Swasthyam 2023 UN Sustainable Development Goals Public Health Conference. JSS Medical College, Mysuru, India
    JSS Medical School
    Mysuru, India

  • uahs lgbtqia+ nATIONAL sYMPOSIUM & cOMMUNITY fAIR 

    February 10, 2023
    The University of Arizona LGBTQIA+ National Symposium & Community Health Fair provides programming and education on LGBTQIA+ issues which pave the path to understanding and overcoming the adversities faced by the LGBTQIA+ communit. My presentation, titled Intersectionality & Health; Expanding understandings of Identities across Health Settings, focused on moving beyond an identity focus to addressing  the complexities of priviledge and power in community health practices.    
    University of Arizona
    Tucson, AZ

  • Emerald Gala 

    November 12, 2022
    Affirming YOUth held its annual gala and awards ceremony to honor the individuals who have supported the foundation's ability to be what it is today: a lighthouse for at-risk youth and their families. I will be recieving the Emerald Award.
    Affirming YOUth Foundation
    Miami, FL

  • Black Bodies in Motion: Inclusion & Exclusion in Popular Culture

    November 4, 2022
    NEAMA cultivates holistic practices to enable movement artists to thrive and works to identify, address, and prevent abuse in our industry. My talk will address the ways in which Black bodies are sexualized through the  movement arts using a socio- historical lens.
    NEAM:  Nonprofit Education and Advocacy for the Movement Arts  

  • Beyond the Numbers: A Nuanced understanding of UREM Undergraduate Students' needs to move through the Nuclear Physics pipeline

    October 28, 2022
    This invited stage talk   uses an intersectional lens to explore factors motivating students' decision to apply to a mentoring program. There need to identit culturally nuanced factors that contribute to participation- including encouragement from a faculty member, and inclusion of international students- is discussed.
    APS Division of Nuclear Physics
    New Orleans, LA