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View a list of past speaking engagements below.

2013:

January 5: The Living Room Project, Secret Survivors Documentary Screening + Q&A, Oakland, CA

2012:

December 4: California Adolescent Health Collaborative, Invisible in Plain Sight: Promoting the health of youth and young adults affected by commercial sexual exploitation and human trafficking, Presenter, Los Angeles, CA

July 10: Los Angeles County Domestic Violence Council LGBT Issues Committee Meeting, Secret Survivors Documentary Screening + Q&A

June 28-July 1: Allied Media Conference 2012, Detroit, MI, Secret Survivors Documentary Screening + Q&A

May 9: Kalamazoo College, Feminist Trajectories from the 1970’s, Guest Lecturer, Kalamazoo, MI

April 20: Greenlining Institute Economic Summit, Youth Symposium Panelist, Los Angeles, CA

March 31-April 1: National Queer People of Color Conference 2012, California State University, Northridge, CA,
Panel Moderator: The Power of Storytelling to Advance LGBT Equality (with the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD))

January 4: Kingsbridge Heights Community Center, Using Theater to Support Child Sexual Abuse Survivors, Bronx, NY

2011:

October 10-11: Preventing Violence Promoting Justice Summit, Sakhi for South Asian Women, Areas of Growth Within Our Movement Panel, New York, NY

June 18: Los Angeles City Human Relations Commission, Know Your Rights Transgender Community Training, Los Angeles, CA

June 4: Art Lit Competition Award Ceremony, Al-Rawiya, Using Storytelling to Break Taboos against Child Sexual Abuse, Edison, NJ

May 4: Film/New Media/Globalization Course, New York University, Using Art and Media to Break Taboos against Naming Child Sexual Abuse

March 30: China Institute, Art Salon Symposium: Women, Arts, and Activism, New York, NY

March 4: El Puente, Integrating Discussions about Child Sexual Abuse into Organizations Serving Youth, Brooklyn, NY

February 18: Public Allies, Using Art to Create Policy Change, New York, NY

February 16: New York University Reynolds Program, Politicizing Trauma to Create Social Change, New York, NY

2010:

November 20: TEDxYouth Conference, Hewitt School for Girls, Using the Arts to Break Taboos against Naming Child Sexual Abuse, New York, NY

October 2: New England American Studies Association Conference,  Creating Change through Story-based Art and Media, Boston, MA

October 1: BAGLY (Boston Alliance of GLBTQ Youth) & GLASS Community Center,  Integrating Discussions about Child Sexual Abuse into Organizations Serving LGBTQ Youth, Boston, MA

August 29: Cucci Collective, Integrating Discussions about Child Sexual Abuse and Healing from Trauma into Sex Education, Los Angeles, CA

August 14-15: New York University Reynolds Program Retreat, Power, Privilege and Social Entrepreneurship, Iroquois Springs, NY

June 22-27: US Social Forum, Using Theater to Break Taboos Surrounding Child Sexual Abuse, Detroit, MI

June 18-20: Allied Media Conference, Power of StoryTelling Panel, Detroit, MI

January 14: Project One, Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission, Power, Privilege and Intersectionality, Los Angeles, CA

2009:

August 14-16: New York University Reynolds Program Retreat, Power, Privilege and Social Entrepreneurship, Garrison, NY

April 24-26: South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) 2009 Summit, Carving Out Spaces: Gender, Race and Sexuality Panel, Washington, DC

2008:

April 19-20: Organizing at the Intersextions: The New School 3rd Annual Social Justice Conference, Building Community-Based Schools in New York City, New York, NY

January: Desi Girls Leadership Program, South Asian Youth Action (SAYA!), Understanding Gender Identity, Sexism and Homophobia, New York, NY

2007:

November 10-11: The National Conference for Women and Girls: Freedom on Our Terms, Racism and Sexism: Learning From History Panel, NY, NY

April 13-15: Organizing Youth: 10Years of Youth Organizing in the South Asian American Community,  Looking Back, Looking Forward Panel, NY, NY

March 26: Politics of Urban School Reform Course, New School University, The Fight for Equity in New York City Public Schools Guest Lecture, NY, NY

February 21: Youth Organizing & Activism Course, New School University, Youth Leadership in Community Organizing Guest Lecture, New York, NY

2004:

April 17: Arts of Resistance Festival, Vassar College, Integrating Arts and Activism into Youth Training, Poughkeepsie, NY

March 27: 5th Annual Forum on Social Justice and Activism, New York University, The Impact of Military Recruitment on Marginalized Communities New York, NY

February 20-22: 13th Biennial Asian Pacific American Conference, Oberlin College, Youth Organizing in the Asian/Pacific American Community Panel, Oberlin, OH

2003:

November 8: Diasporic Torches Ablaze, Harvard Graduate School of Education, National Youth Organizing Efforts in South Asian Communities, Cambridge, MA

August 10-20: Peace Boat’s 41st Voyage for Peace, Sailed from New York, NY to San Jose, Costa Rica, Led Presentations on Tourism & Globalization; International Politics and Foreign Relations; International Youth Activism

July: Queens Museum of Art, Summer Youth Program, Undoing Institutional Racism

2002:

November: Institute for Urban Education, New School University,  Educators as Allies Against Homophobia, New York, NY

March 1-2: 8th Annual National Asian Pacific American Conference on Law and Public Policy, Harvard Law School and J.F.K. School of Government, Youth Policy Panel, Cambridge, MA

January: Sakhi for South Asian Women Volunteer Advocate Training, Combating Domestic Violence in Same-Sex South Asian Relationships, New York, NY

Prior to 2002:

March 22-25, 2001: Midwest Asian American Students Union Conference, University of Michigan, Domestic Violence Among Asian Americans: What Communities Can Do, Ann Arbor, MI

June 9, 2000: Beijing Plus Five Women 2000 Film Festival, Incestuous Sexual Abuse of the South Asian Girl Child, New York, NY

February 19-20, 1999: East Coast Asian Student Union Conference, Brown University, Exposing Domestic Violence in Asian American Communities, Providence, RI

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