I love to share what our team is up to, thinking about, and getting going through research talks, training/workshops, and in helping with expertise for media. I also do some consulting and run workshops on research design, and monitoring/evaluation, mostly for international development.

SOME COMMON EXPERT MEDIA INTERVIEW TOPICS : Stigma, Global Obesity, Water Insecurity, Instructional Innovation (online)

NYTimes reporting on our seminal work on weight stigma, 2011

NYTimes commentary on height, 2011

NYTimes reference to our 1990s work on cross-cultural work on marital sex, 2017

NYTimes on fat shaming, 2017

CURRENT RESEARCH TALKS – Things I have Ready to Go!

Lazy, Crazy, Disgusting: Stigma and the Undoing of Global Health.

Water Insecurity and Food Security: A Global Perspective on What Matters Most for Well-being

Big Bodies/Small World: Fat Stigma as an Emerging Global Challenge

RECENT EXPERT WORKSHOPS/TRAININGS

Innovation in online teaching, Durham University, UK

Cultural methods for development project monitoring, USAID, Washington DC

Baseline project monitoring using anthropological tools, USAID, Haiti, West Bank, and Mozambique

Speaking on global fat stigma at Korean Women’s Development Institute, with Cindi SturtzSreetharan
At Future Tense, Washington DC