INTERESTS AND SKILLS
critical diversity, social justice and transformation include: xenophobia, race, hybridity, disability and multicultural as well as intercultural communication.
My masters thesis (published by the IBKM, Carl von Ozzietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany in 2010) entitled: "The integration of adolescents of immigrant origin into the German education system. Investigating Everyday racism and Xenophobia: A case study of an integrated public secondary school in Germany" was completed in partial submission for my Masters in Diversity Studies (2009).
I facilitate diversity workshops and engage in consulting as well as diversity interventions. The workshops focus on race, gender, dis/ability, mutlicultural communication and xenophobia.
Critical Diversity, Social Justice and Transformation focusing on: - consulting, facilitating diversity workshops and engaging in diversity interventions.
Academic research focusing on xenophobia, race, hybridity and disability - qualitative data analysis
Ultimately, my aim is to employ my interpersonal, communication and academic skills in a manner in that serves to develop and reflect my capabilities in the work environment, as a team member, individual, co-facilitator or leader.