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Dr. Ross’ presentation style is dynamic and interactive.  She tailors her trainings and workshops to the needs of the client/audience. Her professional trainings  have been conducted in local, national, and international venues. Her keynote address and workshops include topics of diversity, equity, and inclusion, anti-racism, healing from racial trauma, leadership and advocacy, self-care/wellness, stress management, as well as preventing and managing compassion fatigue or burnout. Clientele/audience members range from mental health professionals, educators, attorneys, judges, parole officers, clergy, government workers, and community members. 

Past Events

  • 2020 International Women’s Day Conference (Antigua and Barbuda) 

  • Sankofa 360 Briefing Webinar

  • 2nd Annual Minnesota Mental Health Treatment Court Conference 

  • 2018 Iowa HIV, STD, and Hepatitis Conference: Advances & Opportunities

  • 2018 HIV All Providers Meeting hosted by Minnesota Department of Human Services 


At the 2018 HIV conference in Iowa, Dr. Ross presented on the important topic of historical trauma. Dr. Ross was amazing! She was able to craft a message for the audience that combined her expertise with their immediate needs. The practical concepts and tools she shared were easy to remember and apply—not just professionally, but personally as well! Thank you, Dr. Ross, for your presentation.

Bishop Ngwiza Mnkandla,

President, AFReG

Prof. Delanyo Adadevoh,

Chairman, AFReG

On behalf of the AFReG (African Forum on Religion and Government) Global Board, we want to express our gratitude to you for your willingness to serve as one of the featured panelists during the third AFReG webinar on African Identity, Dignity and Justice in the 21st Century. The information and insights you shared were relevant, presented in an easy-to-understand manner and provided a pertinent challenge to Christian leaders in how they can make a difference in their communities.

David A. D. Massiah 
General Secretary 

The Antigua and Barbuda Workers’ Union is pleased to have worked with you on International Women’s Day, March 7-8, 2020, and to pen this note as testimony that you have shown a new perspective on how Women and their families can deal with, and overcome historical and generational traumatic disorders, and find new ground of expressing themselves.  You touched the lives of the Women in how to pay attention to mindfulness through the meditation exercises you have introduced as being part of relieving stress. You have impacted the lives of all those who attended session. 
We look forward to working with you again.


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