All entities requesting speaking services may use the contact form at the bottom of the page.
Areas of Expertise:
- Fraternity and sorority issues including gender equity, the intersections of race and sexual orientation, transgender inclusion, leadership development, chapter program development, and hazing.
- Nonprofit leadership issues including board leadership development, communication for resource development, and volunteer recruitment.
- Intersections of sexual orientation, gender, and race.
- Writing, literature, and poetry workshops and conversations.
- Urban and adult education, including English/Language Arts and Social Studies teacher professional development and school governance.
Selected Previous Lecture Titles:
#BlackBrothersMatter: Equity in recruitment, retention, and re-engagement for fraternal organizations.
Black, Gay, and Greek: The history and issues of gays in Black Greek Lettered Organizations
Seven Ways to Accept Your Brother: A guideline for healing and reconciliation between gay and straight members of fraternities
Hazing 101: What Every Parent Needs to Know
Developing Sisterhood/Brotherhood in the Modern World: A guide for small sororities and fraternities
All speaking topics can be developed into one-on-one coaching sessions or long-term consultations.
California State University, Los Angeles
Alpha Phi Omega National Convention and Section Conferences
Gamma Xi Phi Professional Arts Fraternity National Convention
Lambda Psi Delta Sorority National Conference
National Multicultural Greek Council Namaste Fall Conference
Atlanta Black Pride
DC Black Pride
OutWrite at the DC Center
Metropolitan DC Chapter of the Links, Inc.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Sigma Zeta Omega Chapter (Newark, DE)
Chi Phi Fraternity, Phi Theta Lambda Chapter (Lewisburg, PA)
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Federal City Alumnae Chapter (Washington, DC)
Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority, Alpha Theta Chapter (Mahwah, NJ)
Calvin Coolidge Senior High School (DC)
Coretta Scott King Young Women’s Leadership Academy (Atlanta, GA)
Duke Ellington School of the Arts (DC)