Presentations

Discussing diversity and inclusion on screen with actress, Mya Taylor.

With award winning actress, Mya Taylor

“Diversity and Inclusion on Stage and Screen,” University Minnesota Duluth, Guest Speaker, along with award winning actress, Mya Taylor, and Jenna Soleo-Shanks, Ph.D.: March 24, 2017

“Discussing the motion picture,
Tangerine,” with star, Mya Taylor, University Minnesota Duluth, School of the Arts, moderated by Jenna Soleo-Shanks, Ph.D.: March 23, 2017

“Using Yourself in Your Work.” University Minnesota Duluth, Guest Teaching Artist: March 23, 2017
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“How to Personalize Traditions in Gay (and Straight) Weddings,” Webinar for 14 Stories, August 17, 2015.

“How Acting Training Can Prepare You for any Career,” University of Minnesota Duluth, Guest Teaching Artist: November 7, 2014

“How to Survive Your Family During the Holidays!,” Guest Speaker at AOL, November 26, 2013

“Don’t Act, Don’t Tell: Discrimination Based on Gender Nonconformity in the Entertainment Industry and the Clinical Setting,” Western Psychological Association Annual Conference 2013, Reno, NV, Presentation: April 29, 2013

“Don’t Act, Don’t Tell: Discrimination Based on Gender Nonconformity in the Entertainment Industry and the Clinical Setting,” Queer Yo Mind International Conference 2012, San Francisco State University, Presentation: October 26, 2012

“Queen Anne’s Lace: A Study in Elder Abuse,” Breaking Down Barriers Conference 2007: sponsored by JASANYC Department for the Aging (NYC DFTA), The Hebrew Home for the Aged at RiverdaleNYC Human Resources Administration/ Department of Social Services, Fordham UniversityInstitute for Retired Professionals at The New School, and The Carter Burden Center for the Aging, Theatrical Play Written and Directed by Mark O’Connell, moderated by Commissioner of NYC DFTA: June 19, 2007