Speaking Engagements

Testimonials from presentations

Elizabeth J. Meyer, Ph.D.

2013, July 12-14 - Supporting Gender Creative and Transgender Youth in K-12 Schools. Workshops presented at the Gender Spectrum Professionals' and Family Conference. Berkeley, CA. [hyperlinks will open PPT slideshows from the two different presentations]

2012, April 27 - Gender, bullying, and harassment: Strategies to end sexism and homophobia in schools. Keynote Speaker at: "No time to Lose: A professional conference to activate change for LGBTQ youth." Sacramento Unified School District. Sacramento, CA. [video1] [video2]

2012, April 11 - Call it Queer. Invited plenary panelist at: "Talking 'bout our Generation: Empowered Youth in an Era of Chaos and Indecision." First Annual Congress hosted by the  Werkland Foundation Centre for Youth Leadership Education. Calgary, AB, Canada.

2012, March 22-23 - Gender, bullying, and harassment: Strategies to end sexism and homophobia in schools. Invited speaker by the Northeastern Pennsylvania Diversity Education Consortium. Scranton & Wilkes-Barre, PA.

2011, October 1 - Creating cultures of peace and inclusion in schools.[video] Keynote panelist at the “Youth and Violence: The Role of Education” conference hosted by Dawson College. Montreal, QC, Canada.

2011, May 19 - Gender, bullying and harassment: Supporting youth through advocacy and education. Invited talk for the Dawson College School of Social Work. Montreal, QC, Canada.

2011, April 7 - Creating schools that value gender and sexual diversity - The case for queer pedagogy. Invited presenter at the McGill University Education Graduate Students’ Society Symposium: Gender, Sexuality, and Inclusion. Montreal, QC.

2010, November 27 - Promoting Diversity and Inclusion: Strategies to End Homophobia in Schools. Pre-conference workshop presented at the annual convention of the Quebec Provincial Association of Teachers, Montreal, QC.

2010, November 17 - Genderphobia vs. Homophobia? Keynote address at the “LGBT and Education” conference hosted by the Flemish minister of Education, Youth, and Equal Opportunities. Brussels, Belgium.

2010, April - Gender, bullying, and harassment: Using queer pedagogy to disrupt discourses of power and popularity in schools. School of Education seminar series. University of Colorado at Boulder. Boulder, CO.

2010, March - Gender, bullying, and harassment: Using queer pedagogy to disrupt discourses of power and popularity in schools. Feminist Café Series: Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Concordia University. Montreal, QC.


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Liz Meyer,
May 25, 2011, 7:46 AM
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