I like to talk and I have been fortunate to be able to share my voice. Sometimes it is my actual voice. Other times it is my presence. And sometimes it is my writing.
2022 was a challenging year and yet my research presentation game was strong with the help of several friends. #WomenRock
- Kohlman, A., Miller, H., Rankovic, M, & Walker, D. Speaker (2022, December 12.) Addressing Implicit, Unconscious, and Conscious Biases: Leadership, Investigators, and Ethics Boards Throughout the Lifecycle of Research Initiatives (Advancing Equity and Justice). PRIM&R Conference, Virtual.
- Berger, H., DeMarco, K. & Walker, D. Speaker (2022. December 14.) Planning a Quality Assessment for Your Oversight Committee? Let’s Create an Intentional Lens to Justice and Equity for Student and Faculty Researchers. PRIM&R Conference, Virtual.
- Walker, D. & Sinclair, S.M. (2022, December 1.) Imposter Syndrome in graduate school [Invited Talk]. UMass Amherst colloquium.
- Purnell, M., Macias-Moriarity, L. Z., Sinclair, S. M., & Walker, D. (2022, June 23). “Impostor Phenomenon: The hidden thorn undermining success.” [Conference Session]. Joint HBCU/PBI Pharmacy Faculty Development, Virtual.
- Walker, D., Sinclair, S.M., Purnell, M., & Macias-Moriarity, L.Z. (2022, April 19). Impostor Phenomenon: The Hidden Thorn Undermining Success. [Invited Talk]. Research Chefs Association, Virtual.
This was an amazing event. The topic was “How Do You Feed Your Superhero?” You can support My Veterans Place Savannah and the incredible work they do.
You can also contribute to the scholarship named after me to assist a high school senior or a college student.
My dear friend Victoria Buker created an event to raise money for blood pressure cuffs in support of the Preeclampsia Foundation. I am registered. Yes, I will do 140 miles in 90 days. That is what friends do for friends and it’s a great cause.
This is the podcast belonging to Lisa Nelson one of my fiercest bad-assed sistergirlfriends. She gave me the space to speak my truth and here it is. Fasten your seat belts, it ain’t all pretty. No more kumbaya.
If you need an in your face keeping it real course on social justice and history, check this out. I created this for an online yoga teacher training, but it works for anyone and the proceeds go to the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI).