WORK WITH RESHMI
All small-group workshops via Zoom will be lead or co-led by Dr. Dutt-Ballerstadt for exclusively BIPOC faculty, administrators and advanced graduate students
A small group of six participants will spend a full day at Oregon’s Rockaway Beach, in a beautiful house overlooking the ocean to engage in some trauma informed
In these individual on-line mentoring sessions via Zoom, Dr. Dutt-Ballerstadt will offer personalized mentoring to both advanced graduate students
Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt is a sought after public speaker and a workshop leader.
She has been working directly with universities and their faculty in offering highly impactful workshops and lectures specifically for BIPOC faculty. She has led workshops specifically on
“Writing as Public intellectuals” “Addressing and Strategizing Mental Health Issues for BIPOC faculty,”
and on “Institutional Racisms, Courage and Betrayals.” She also co-leads workshops with other trained BIPOC faculty experts on “Navigating the Tenure and Promotion” process with a specific focus on marginalized faculty. All her workshops and lectures are created using a decolonial, anti-racist and a social justice lens devised to both speak truth to power and institutionalize change in order to promote both well-being and address complicated intersections of racial climate for BIPOC faculty and staff. Please contact her via firstname.lastname@example.org for your specific needs. When you contact her,
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Dr. Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt
I am an award winning transnational, anti-racist, and justice oriented feminist scholar, diversity worker, author of several books and articles, teacher, mentor and an activist.
As a woman of color in higher education with an expertise in critical race theory, decolonizing practices and a public intellectual who critiques institutional racism, toxic climates and forms of racial trauma stemming from being in academia, I have realized that the academy can be a harsh, lonely and an isolated space for both junior and even advanced BIPOC faculty.