An article based on one of my presentations: https://app.neurodivergentu.com/conversations
Let’s Talk About Representation: Discussing Social Justice with Neurodivergent Young People Herrell, J., Grossman, E., Waisman, T.C., Delos Santos, J., Kofner, B., Shevchuk-Hill, S., Gravitch, K., Biswas, S., Rosenberg, B., Dwyer, P., Riccio, A., Ulerio, C., Hurst, A., O’Brien, S., Messina, C., & Gillespie-Lynch, K. (2022). Let’s talk about representation: Discussing social justice with neurodivergent young people. TalkContinue reading “Neurodiversity Conference 2022”
Thank you NorQuest for hosting our conversation on Raising the Stakes in Higher Education: Systemic Barriers that Black Students with Disabilities face in Higher Education & What we can Do to Effect Change.
In this interactive session, a panel of leaders will share their experiences and perspectives regarding equity in research. They will discuss what equity in research means and looks like throughout the lifecycle of a research project from conception through implementation to dissemination. Panelists will explore with one another the who, what, when, where and howContinue reading “Conscious Collaboration for Equitable Research”
As mentioned earlier, here is a video presentation on my research for our CANVAS community. Again, big thank you to Dr. Brett Ranon Nachman and his team at CANVAS and to our amazing community of scholars for your questions, input, and wisdom.
I just completed my certification in applied neuroscience specifically for coach practitioners. I highly recommend this certification program for any leadership coach, faculty member, or professional working with others to enhance their leadership skills and accelerate their success. Drawing from current neuroscience research, this program teaches you about brain function, constructed emotions, and mindful, healthy,Continue reading “Applied Neuroscience Certification”
Thank you to Dr. Brett Ranon Nachman and the team at the College Autism Network for the opportunity to share my doctoral research with our CANVAS community. I appreciate the thoughtful questions and insights from our amazing CANVAS members. Big thank you to those in the community that jumped in and were willing to shareContinue reading “College Autism Network Virtual Association of Scholars (CANVAS)”
It was an honour to serve as co-founder and member of the Autistic Researchers Committee (ARC) at INSAR. Thank you to the amazing members of the committee for all your hard work in laying down the strong foundations that support all future work of the ARC committee. In January 2020, The International Society for AutismContinue reading “Autistic Researchers Committee”
It was a great honour to work with Dr. Steven Kapp and Dr. Christina Nicolaidis on our capstone presentation for the International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) Institute 2021. The theme for our lecture was Autism & Neurodiversity: Intersectionality and Social Justice. The video presentation is available on the INSAR website (link below for sessionContinue reading
It is a great honour to be working once again with Julie Hamilton in the Leaders in Action program. Since 2005, we have worked together training and coaching leaders in healthcare, government, and education. The Leaders in Action program is an interactive 6-month training program designed to support frontline leaders step into their leadership capacityContinue reading “Leaders in Action 2021”