I’ve been working this summer with the fine folks at Humber College’s Centre for Teaching and Learning on a series of short, engaging videos on various gender-related topics, with the aim of creating a dialogue on gendered “intelligence” and how it interfaces with learning, culture and change. The first two, […]

Gendered Intelligence: My first ever educational videos!


It’s always a challenge to find an engaging, enlightening and entertaining movie that appeals across the generations in my household. We came across one recently called Life of a King (2013) available on Netflix. It is based on the true story of Eugene Brown of Washington, DC, who was incarcerated […]

Envisioning the End Game: Why Social Contexts Matter For Success