Photo from "All the World's a Stage. Is it Mine?" diversity panel at Sierra Madre Playhouse.

January 26, 2017.

Publications 

& Presentations

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PUBLICATIONS

Tether. Big Ripple Books. Mad Duck Coalition. Forthcoming. (weblink)

“Diaspora.” Composition Reader. Hawkes Learning. Forthcoming.

 

“Olo'oruko Mi: Legacy Ponderings of a Nigerian-but-Mostly-American.” America. In. Black. Aug. 2019. (weblink)

 

“Casting an Actor with Albinism: The Importance of Authenticity on Stage.” Encore Arts Seattle. 7 Sept. 2018. (weblink)

 

“Casting an Actor with Albinism: The Importance of Authenticity on Stage.” Howlround Theatre Commons, Emerson College. 2 Aug. 2018. (weblink)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS

 

November 2020: “Balanced Discourse: Amplifying Voices in the Online Discussion Forum” for National Organization for Student Success,  Ohio Chapter.

August 2020: “Balanced Discourse: Amplifying Voices in the Online Discussion Forum” for Hawkes Learning. Education Transformation 2020. (weblink)

 

January 2019: “Diverse Dialoguing: Encountering the Self and Others in Story and Study” for the Humanities and Teacher Education Symposium. Pepperdine University.

 

June 2018: "Chisel: An Albino Story." Script presentation for Pepperdine’s Humanities and Teacher Education Department, Albinism Awareness Day 2018.

 

January 2017: Panelist at “All the World’s a Stage. Is it Mine?” a conversation on diversity in playwriting at the Sierra Madre Playhouse. Los Angeles.

 

November 2015: Panelist at “Gender Equity and Gender Parity” for USC School of Dramatic Arts Diversity and Inclusion Summit. Los Angeles.

 

November 2015: Panelist at “Who are you becoming? Reflecting on Faith and the Arts” for Pepperdine University’s Multicultural Theatre Project. Malibu.

 

September 2015: Facilitator for “Writing Wellness Workout” with the Association of Los Angeles Playwrights for the series Oh! Dramacare: Insuring Your Theatrical Well-Being. Los Angeles.

 

October 2014: Led webinar “Let’s Chat: Student-Faculty Conferences as a Tool in the Multicultural Classroom” for Turnitin’s 2014 Student Success Week. Co-panelist: Jessica Kehinde Ngo. 

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