Airlangga University Masters of Management Program
“Multicultural Contributions to Valuing Diversity” – a presentation to MBA students in Surabaya, Indonesia on the importance of recognizing geographic and demographic factors as the foundation of different work styles.
International Congress of Psychologists
“AIDS as a Women’s Issue” – a review of trends in infection and treatment among women, particularly heterosexual women of color and their children, and a call to recognize their distinct needs in the midst of an epidemic widely identified with gay men and treatment models specific to that population.
Out and Equal Leadership Summit
Multiple presentations on bisexuality, business mentoring programs, and the intersection of faith-based values and LGBTQ identity at work.
The Glass Ceiling Commission of the U.S. Department of Labor
Invited testimony on the status of women’s economic achievements relative to men’s and remaining barriers to career and personal advancement.
National Conference on Diversity
“Lesbian and Gay Issues in Diversity Training” – an examination of the need to address invisible differences such as sexual orientation and gender identity in the workplace in relation to the impact of unconscious bias on co-worker relationships and productivity.
Oregon Health Sciences Center
“Cultural Detective: LGBT” – presentation of a model for understanding similarities and differences across lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender identities based on value lenses that are common to all cultural groups.
Society for Intercultural Education Training and Research
Multiple presentations on understanding diversity in a global framework as well as LGBT-specific content.
U.N. Decade for Women World Conference
“A Feminist Mental Health Agenda for the Year 2000” – a resource guide for advancing women’s mental health globally based on questions designed to expand awareness of women’s multiple roles in the family and workplace and their influence on the development of public and private agency programs.