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Community Projects & Service

Initiatives and contributions designed to give back to the community in meaningful ways

Board of Director (2022-2024)

American Men's Studies Association

AMSA develops the critical studies of men and masculinities globally through the advancement of feminist-informed scholarship. AMSA’s goal is to provide a forum for teachers, researchers, students, artists, and practitioners to collaborate and support one another in a mutually empowering environment.

Founding Director (2019-Present)

The Decolonial Perspectives & Practices HUB

The DPP Hub is a mobile space and community advancing decolonial pedagogy within higher education with the mission to promote global perspectives and tools to research and learning that make knowledge inclusive, accessible, and respectful of all.

Project Manager (2021-2023)

The Anti-Racist Pedagogy Project

The Anti-Racist Pedagogy Project is a video library that showcases pre-recorded talks by local community activists, students and educators in Montreal and Canada and transforms them into anti-racist educational resources for the classroom.

Co-Founder (2019-2021)

The National Black Graduate Network

The NBGN is an online platform for Black graduate students and students of Black studies to collaborate, share resources, receive mentorship and build solidarity across the country.  The NBGN offers the connectivity my colleagues and I have longed for in our academic careers.

Coordinating Member (2019-2021)

Black Studies Collective at Concordia

The Black Studies Collective at Concordia has been galvanizing multi-stakeholders to institutionalize Black Studies at Concordia University. We co-design conferences and events and mobilize students, faculty, and staff to celebrate and share their contributions to Black Studies. 

Guest Speaker (2023)

John Abbott College

An introduction to the history of Black feminism in Sociology to showcase its historical breadth and longevity within North America and how its early identification of race-based sexism, heterosexism, Black male exceptionalism, and white female privilege has had a long-lasting impact on how we understand race, gender, and sexuality today.

Lead Researcher (2022-Present)

Decolonizing on Campus

A qualitative research project investigating decolonial perspectives and practices within the academy. Summer 2023 completion date. In collaboration with Dr. Katja Neves.

Educational Consultant (2022 Conference)


SALTISE is a professional learning community made up of post-secondary instructors, educational researchers, educational/faculty developers, and instructional designers brought together because of their shared goals of advancing evidence-based pedagogies and educational technologies.

Executive Member (2020-2021)

Black Canadian Studies Association

The Black Canadian Studies Association (BCSA) is a nationwide academic association of scholars, students, artists, and community members who are committed to supporting, engaging in, and furthering the development of Black Studies in Canada to maintain a culture against anti-Black racism and towards Black enrichment, multidisciplinary and cross-human care on a national scale.

Research Analyst (2017)

City of Mississauga

City of Mississauga received platinum status as a Youth Friendly Community from Play Works – a group of provincially recognized youth organizations that work together to encourage communities to open doors and reinvest in youth play. The City was awarded the platinum designation after successfully meeting all 16 key criteria established to obtain the Youth Friendly Community designation.

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