The Health, Hardship, and Renewal Study: Early Results
- Change My Story Wellness Fair in honor of Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Day, Chicago State University, Chicago, IL.
The Micro-Dynamics of Support Seeking: The Social and Economic Utility of Institutional Ties for HIV-Positive Women
- The University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration, Chicago, IL.
Betwixt and Between: Middle Class Women Living with HIV/AIDS
- University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Department of Sociology, Chapel Hill, NC.
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Investigator Award in Health Policy Research Conference, Princeton, NJ.
- American Bar Foundation, Chicago, IL.
'Dying From’ to ‘Living With’: Framing Institutions and the Coping Processes of Black Women Living with HIV/AIDS
- Loyola University Chicago, Center for Urban Research and Learning, Chicago, IL.
- The University of Chicago, Rethinking Urban Poverty Conference, Chicago, IL.
- Sociologists AIDS Network 20th Anniversary Conference, San Francisco, CA.
- Duke University, Sanford Institute of Public Policy, Durham, NC.
- Illinois Women of African Descent Conference, AIDS Foundation of Chicago, Naperville, IL.
- American Sociological Association Annual Meetings and Association of Black Sociologists Annual Meetings, Boston, MA.
The Health, Hardship, and Renewal Project: Launching a Large-Scale Qualitative Study of the Economic Survival Strategies of Women Living with HIV/AIDS
- University of Michigan, Institute for Social Research, Ann Arbor, MI.
- 19th annual Illinois HIV/STD Conference, Creative Strategies for Challenging Times, Springfield, IL.
Bringing “Structure” Back In: New Directions in HIV/AIDS Research and Policy
- Roosevelt University, Gender Based Violence in a Global Context: A Chicago Discussion, Chicago, IL.
Unspoken Complexities and the Intimate Lives of Black Women Living with HIV/AIDS
- Affinity 95 Community Services, Chicago, IL.
- University of the West Indies – St. Augustine, Gender, Sexuality, & Implications for HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean Regional Symposium, St. Augustine, Trinidad.
“Telling My Story:” Narratives of Infection Among Black Women Living with HIV/AIDS
- Race, Sex, Power: New Movements in Black and Latina/o Sexualities Conference, Chicago, IL.
HIV and Inequality: The Call and the Response
- HIV/AIDS, Poverty, Homelessness and Economic Development Conference, AIDS Foundation of Chicago, Chicago IL.
African American Women and HIV/AIDS
- Institute for Women’s Health Research Monthly Forum, Prentice Women’s Hospital, Chicago, IL.
Sister to Sister: The Social and Economic Experiences of Women Living with HIV/AIDS
- Institute for African American Research Inaugural Conference, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.
Interlocking Inequalities: HIV/AIDS and Black Women in the Wake of Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire
- Triple Jeopardy: Female Sexual Violence and HIV/AIDS Conference, AIDS Foundation of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
HIV/AIDS and Black Women: Current Concerns and Potential Responses
- National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Theta Alpha & Evanston-North Shore Alumnae Chapter, Evanston, IL.
Health, Hardship and Renewal Study Early Results: The Social Experiences of Women Living with HIV/AIDS
- 2011 United States Conference on AIDS, Chicago, IL.
Informed and In Charge: Sex in the Era of HIV
- Essence Magazine Music Festival Empowerment Seminar, Panel Moderator, New Orleans, LA.
Community, Action, Politics, and HIV/AIDS
- Discussion after performance of E. Patrick Johnson's Sweet Tea: Black Gay Men of the South.
Beyond Statistics and Spotlighting Solutions: HIV in the Black Community
- 2009 Essence Magazine Music Festival Empowerment Seminar Panel Moderator, New Orleans, LA.