Educator, researcher, consultant, and community advocate



Kimya N. Dennis, Ph.D.

KND

Contact: Kimya N. Dennis •  Cell 919-710-0288 • kimya@kimyandennis.com


Examples


Honorarium Keynote Speaker       

September 2018, “Throughout College and Careers: Teaching and Training about Demographic and Cultural Variance for Health Students, Health Professionals and Health Practitioners,” 15th Annual Statewide Training Conference, Multiethnic Advocates for Cultural Competence, Inc. (MACC), Columbus, OH http://www.maccinc.net/training-conference/

August 2018, “Understanding mental health: Reach K-12 children and families,” Guilford County Schools, Annual Conference of School Social Workers and School Counselors, Greensboro, NC.

Honorarium Presenter and Trainer                 

December 2018, “Redefining mental health and behavioral outcomes: Cultural consciousness to better reach communities and better teach-train health students and health professionals-practitioners,” six-hour training, South Central Church of Christ, Raleigh, NC        

December 2018, “Understanding gender and reducing gender discrimination,” Guilford County Schools, Guilford County Program.

September 2018, “Difference between personal preference and official policy: School dress code,” Guilford County Schools, Greensboro, NC.

July 2018, “Personality or mental illness? Demographic and cultural variance in mental health,” Guilford County Schools, Annual Conference of School Social Workers and School Counselors, Greensboro, NC.

July 2018, “Mental health for mothers and daughters,” Honorable Youth, SG Atkins Community Development Corporation, Winston-Salem, NC

July 2018, “Community mental health,” Summer Youth Employment Program, Winston-Salem Urban League.


July 2018, “Gender identity and outreach,” Guilford County Schools, Equity Leadership Development Program Summer Boot Camp, Greensboro, NC.          

July 2018, “Racial and ethnic identity and outreach,” Guilford County Schools, Equity Leadership Development Program Summer Boot Camp, Greensboro, NC.          

April 2018, “Mental health and gender identity,” Intersectional Feminist Exploration Day, UNC Charlotte.