Organizer and Welcome, ” Transnational Dialogues in Afrolatinidad: Education and Anti-Blackness,” March 2021.
Organizer and Co-Moderator, ” Transnational Dialogues in Afrolatinidad: Gender, Identity, and Health,” University of Pittsburgh, February 2021.
Interview, “Dialogues in Afrolatinidad,” The Empowerment Zone hosted by Dr. Ramona Houston, February 1, 2021.
Invited Panelist, “Worlds Beyond the Plantation,” 22nd Annual Guilder Lehrman Center Conference, Yale University, November 2020.
Organizer and Co-Moderator, “Transnational Dialogues in Afrolatinidad: Migration, Policing, and Political Movements,” University of Pittsburgh, October 2020.
Keynote Speaker, “Afro-Latinx Perspectives: History, Identity, and Resilience,”La Alianza Student Conference, Case Western Reserve University, October 2020.
Welcome, Online Poetry Recital, ADDverse+Poesia Collective, University of Pittsburgh, July 2020.
Invited Panelist, “The African Diaspora and the History of Inequity,” as part of the “Toxic Recipe: The Historical Ingredients of American Inequity” Town Hall Webinar, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, University of Pittsburgh, July 2020. Pittwire Article
Exhibition Organizer, “Afro-Latinx Perspectives: Race, Representations, and Society,” Student Research Poster Exhibit, University of Pittsburgh, December 2019.
“Personalized and Experiential Learning: Afro-Latin American Studies Abroad in Cuba,” ASWAD Conference, Williamsburg, VA, November 2019.
Invited Speaker, “What You Should Know About Afro-Latinxs,” Pitt Bridges Program, Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity, University of Pittsburgh, September 2019.
Invited Speaker, “From the Year of the Lash in Cuba to El Caribe in the Rust Belt,” University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Latin American and Latino Studies, April 2019.
Conference Chair and Organizer, “Representations of Afrolatinidad,” Afro-Latin American and Afro-Latinx Studies Initiative, University of Pittsburgh, April 2019.
Panel Chair, “Afro-Latin America: Black Marginality after the Quincentennial,” Panelists: Maria Andrea dos Santos, Alberto Abreu, and Santiago Arbloleda Quiñonez, “Empire and Its Aftermath: Transhispanic Dialogues on Diaspora” Conference, University of Pittsburgh, April 2019.
Invited Speaker, “Afrolatindad in the Rust Belt,” Latinx Student Association, University of Pittsburgh, March 2019.
“Caribbean Transcolonial Networks in the Age of Revolution,” African American Intellectual History Association, University of Michigan, March 2019.
“Inscribing Equality: Caribbean Voices in the Age of Revolution,” American Historical Association Conference, Chicago, January 2019.