Dissertation Title: "It's not just because of the space, it's what people are doing": Creating and Sustaining LGBTQ Community in London, Ontario, 1970-2015"
Geoffery has accepted a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at the Department of Medicine at the University of British Columbia where he will be working on a community-based project in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside that explores the social-, structural-, and physical-environmental influences on the implementation and effectiveness of overdose prevention interventions for those who are precariously housed in single room accommodations and emergency shelters.
Dissertation Title: Assuming Feminism: Postfeminist and Gendered, Neo-Liberal Health Discourses in Online Sexual Health Information
Dissertation Title: Thinking with Arendt: Authenticity, Gender and Leadership
Dissertation Title: Social Innovation and Gender Equality
Since completing her PhD, Sarah Saska has launched Feminuity (www.feminuity.org), a boutique consulting firm that uses a gender lens to enable start-ups, companies, organizations, and long-running institutions to identify their blind spots, enhance their organizational cultures, and improve their bottom line. Feminuity is quickly becoming a global leader at the intersection of innovation and gender equality, with clients in three countries.
Dissertation Title: Girls' Speak: Criticality as Agency