I am an alumna of Wright State University School of Professional Psychology, currently working in the Pain Management Clinic at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center.
I am: a cisgender female psychologist and advocate for the recognition of the impact of intersecting identity variables in people’s life experience.
I am a clinical psychology doctoral student and co-chair of the Art Show Planning Committee. I do love planning events, especially ones that fight for social justice and inclusion.
I am a traveler, a raconteur, and a lifelong student. I am also a Research Associate at the Substance Abuse Resources & Disability Issues (SARDI) Program at WSU, focusing on back translation and validation work with online instruments in Ameri
I am: A gay, fourth-year clinical psychology doctoral student with a passion for social justice and promoting a more inclusive society.
I do what I can to be an ally for the disability and sexual minority community. This is an area that I am continuing to grow in every chance I get!
I am a curious individual who is always willing to learn new things; an inveterate seeker of knowledge. I am an active civil rights participant for social justice as well as a supporter and ally to the individuals affected by social injustices.
I am a clinical psychology doctoral student who identifies as a gay, cisgender male. I do what I can to celebrate sex positivity and be an ally and advocate for sexual minorities.
I am a Mexican woman who is an advocate for immigrant rights.
I am a licensed psychologist who uses the privilege that her title brings to work for social justice.
I am a Disabled Woman and a Disability Rights Advocate
I am a member of some minority groups but not yet a member of the disabled community. Some of my life experiences have taught me what it is like to be shunned or hated for something about me that is not under my control.
I am Stephanie-Jane Okpara. I am an African American, able-bodied (for now), heterosexual woman of size.
I am an alumni. I wanted to be involved with the conference, in an effort to continue to educate and break down barriers within the disability community. In regard to sexuality.
I am a partner, daughter, sister, aunt, friend, advocate, ally, and a rebel with causes. I am a Deaf, lupie, queer-identified graduate of Gallaudet University and Kent State University.
I am…an anthropologist who addresses health disparities through practical, person-centered research on the ways that culture impacts health.
I am a clinical psychology doctoral student with a passion for adventure (canoeing, hiking, camping) and social justice. I hope my role in this conference will help promote equality and empower others to join the fight.
I am a white, pansexual, polyamorous woman. I am a first generation college student, a rural farm girl and a temporarily abled woman.
I am a queer-identified, Type-1 diabetic with a history of depression. I work for Wright State University Foundation as an Account Clerk, helping to steward WSU donor funds and scholarships.
I am: A Dwarf, Hard of Hearing, woman, professor, psychologist and a closet optimist who loves puppies.