- The Unequal Urban – Exploring Health Equity and Public Space Across Two Toronto NeighbourhoodsWrote and recorded an audio tour to explore concepts of safety in public space, health equity and the built environment for the Safe in Public Space Project for The Bentway Conservancy.
- Webinar "From Idea to Impact: Demystifying Social Justice Policy Processes"
Organized webinar with Campbell, M. for Global Alliance for Behavioral Health and Social Justice, Student and Early Career Task Force. (2020)
- Graduate Student Mental Health during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Co-wrote blog post on with Campbell, M. Tergesen, C., Magid, K., Hassen, N., Paluszek, M. Mitchell, A. (2020) for Global Alliance for Behavioral Health and Social Justice.
- Storycapturing Methodology Document, Jane's Walk
Designed a creative documentation process (data capturing) that is flexible to the grassroots approach of citizen-led walks. Outlined a practical way to capture stories and document geo-tagged information on Jane’s Walks. (2016)
Selected Invited Talks + Lectures
- “Deepening the conservation conversation: Exploring the connection between biodiversity, wellbeing and inclusion” Park People Webinar Series, November 25, 2020
- "Not All Parks Are Created Equally" Guest Lecture, PL8312 Special Topics: Parks Planning, Ryerson University
- "Writing Up Community-Based Research" Guest Lecture, ENVS3010 Qualitative Methods in Environmental Studies, York University
- “What does it mean to reclaim your body, your mind and your life?” Vision Summit 2020. February 21, 2019
- “Not All Green Spaces are Created Equally: Exploring How Urban Green Spaces Influence Our Mental Health & Well-being”, Gerstein Science Information Center, University of Toronto, April 25, 2018
- “How Green Spaces Can Impact Our Mental Health and Well-Being” The Reading Line: Don River Edition, August 26, 2017
- “Interdisciplinary Career Options” Health and Human Rights Conference, Queen’s University, October 22, 2016
- “Digital Storytelling: Dancing Through Cancer”, Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto, June 24, 2015
- “Our Collective Youth Voices Against HIV/AIDS” University of Toronto World AIDS Day Event, University of Toronto Schools, November 27, 2013
- Nature and Wellness: Experiential Education. An outdoor experiential learning workshop that has been implemented and adapted for various groups including high-school students, youth, seniors and people with disabilities. Workshop originally developed and delivered at Rosedale Heights School for the Arts, Toronto.
- Living Well with Thyroid Cancer. Workshop originally developed for Thyroid Transitions.
- Key Steps to Managing Chronic Fatigue and Thyroid Symptoms.
- Human rights, decolonization and climate change resilience. Workshop originally developed and delivered at Conscious Minds Camp, Low Income Families Together (LIFT).
- Popular Education: What is it and how can we use it? Workshop originally developed and delivered at Conscious Minds Camp, Low Income Families Together (LIFT).