CDOP Diversity Speaker Series
The Psychology department's Committee on Diversity and Outreach in Psychology (CDOP) is excited to announce a Diversity Speaker Series funded by the College of Humanites and Social Sciences and the department. The first speaker, Dr. Victoria O'Keefe, will be presenting October 6 at 3pm.
Dr. Victoria O’Keefe: "People coming together as one and working to help one another”: American Indian/Alaska Native Mental Health"
Dr. O’Keefe holds the Mathuram Santosham Chair in Native American Health Assistant Professor in the Center for American Indian Health. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of International Health (Social and Behavioral Interventions Program) at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
As a member of the Cherokee and Seminole Nations of Oklahoma, Dr. O’Keefe is dedicated to working collaboratively with tribal communities to eradicate health disparities. Her primary research area is in developing and evaluating suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention programs that are grounded in tribal culture and implemented/sustained by Native communities.
Use the Zoom Link to register: https://lsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwudeGorTssH9wchj9vZWrXyZ1KojdcQx3T