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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).