Webinar: Release of Literature Review on Intersectionality, Anti-Oppression and Collaborative Leadership in Practice

On December 8th 12:00 to 1:00pm, join us as OPHA and Health Nexus release a literature review on Intersectionality, Anti-Oppression and Collaborative Leadership in Practice. This review contains materials and resources that can assist individuals and organizations in developing and sustaining equitable, anti-oppressive, collaborative leadership frameworks to support inclusive partnerships and networks. The literature review synthesizes and analyzes a wide range of research and non research materials in order to provide greater clarity on inclusive, equitable and collaborative leadership in the non-profit sector.

Roberta K. Timothy is the Project Coordinator for the Collaborative Leadership In Practice project as part of the Ontario Public Health Association. For over 20 years Roberta has worked utilizing intersectional, anti-oppression, anti-colonial approaches as a therapist, trainer, group facilitator, researcher, community organizer, professor, and clinical supervisor in community and educational settings, and in private practice. Roberta’s areas of interest include the practice, research, and knowledge translation of Anti-Oppression Psychotherapy, critical expressive arts therapy, trauma and intersectional and transgenerational violence; work culture and organizational change, Resistance Education, and Creative Resistance. Roberta holds a B.A. in Political Sciences, Sociology and International Justice and Human Rights; two Masters in Political Sciences and Counselling Psychology, and a Doctorate in Adult Education, Community Development, Women and Gender Studies. She recently completed a SSHRC postdoctoral fellowship in the Applied Psychology and Human Development department at the University of Toronto focusing on criminalization, HIV, and mental health in racialized communities and is the co-director of Continuing Healing Consultants.

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