Receive training in innovative research methodology, effective grant writing to support your Big Idea, and/or learn how to build equitable community partnerships and sustainable infrastructures that can be leveraged to provide novel solutions to community-identified health challenges.
STRESS AND MENTAL HEALTH CHALLENGES
Explore culture-specific warning signs and discuss effective ways of breaking the silence that has been taboo in our communities for far too long. Learn about how stress works, effective strategies for managing it, and ways of identifying culturally appropriate help for our vulnerable community members.
EMPOWERING CHANGE IN OUR COMMUNITY
Oftentimes the collective genius, culture, and lived experiences of our communities are underutilized. Experience tailored organizational training that develops sustainable change agents, health advocates, and paraprofessionals who can synergistically improve our quality and length of life.
Now is the time to take a deep dive into understanding and eradicating the deep structure of systemic racism in the workplace. In doing this work, it is quintessential that People of Color not carry the burden of being both the victims and problem-solvers. Together, we can develop a tailored framework, anti-racism training, and bold action plans designed to develop a healthy, culturally-competent, and equitable work environment.
ORGANIZATIONAL STRATEGIC PLANNING
Undergo a deep self-assessment of your organizations mission, vision, and values that will be leveraged to receive time-intensive workshops designed to maximize innovation and performance across your workforce. Increase capacity, strengthen morale, develop and successfully implement bold action plans that actualize data-driven outcomes.
VENUES & FORUMS
Dr. Obasi is available to be a keynote speaker and/or provide trainings, seminars, lectures, workshops, coaching, and consulting services to both lay and professional audiences interested in advancing health equity and generating solutions to mental/physical health challenges experienced in BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) communities:
TV and Radio Interviews