Treena Orchard

Treena Orchard is a medical anthropologist and Associate Professor in the School of Health Studies at Western University, located in London, Ontario. During the initial stage of the Black Lives Matter movement, Dr. Orchard formed the Anti-Racism Taskforce in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Western University. She is deeply committed to helping her workplace become safer and more inclusive for racialized students, faculty, and staff, along with others who are socially marginalized. She has published more than 50 articles and book chapters, delivered 70 professional presentations, and is regularly featured in the media.

  • Medical anthropologist
  • Associate Professor in the School of Health Studies at Western University, located in London, Ontario
  • Formed the Anti-Racism Taskforce in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Western University during the initial stage of the Black Lives Matter movement
  • Published more than 50 articles and book chapters and delivered 70 professional presentations
  • Published two academic books with Springer Press
Treena Orchard

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  1. How To Make Your College More Equitable, Diverse, And Inclusive
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    How To Make Your College More Equitable, Diverse, And Inclusive

    Internationally recognized anthropologist, author, and activist Treena Orchard will shed light on how you can make these crucial changes.

    What You'll Learn

    • What does equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) mean?
    • Why is EDI important in post-secondary institutions?
    • How can you foster a sense of cohesion and shared vision?
    • How can you use intellectual empathy to your advantage?
    • What happens when people resist implementing EDI policies?
    • How can you harness art and creativity to make culture change?

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