Events

Dr. Alfiee is recognized as a gifted public speaker who routinely receives the highest reviews for her public speaking. Audiences have described her as engaging, thought-provoking, insightful, motivational and inspiring. Her expertise is built upon 20+ years of leading research in Research I institutions (aka: a prestigious Carnegie classification indicating schools that engage in extensive research activity) and she has amassed a superior track record of professional publications and research funding focused on mental health disparities.  Her speaking engagements allow her to describe her passion for the research that she conducts with youth, families, and communities (as partners); teaching academics and communities how to partner to help consumers achieve optimal mental health. Invite Dr. Alfiee to bring her dynamic, engaging, educational and inspiring style to your organization or next function.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Rhode Island Governor’s Summit on Student Mental Health
January 7, 2019

National Multicultural Conference and Summit
January 17, 2019

TA Network CLC Learning Community Webinar 
February 21, 2019

Washington State University RCI Converse Lecture 
March 20-21, 2019

American College Health Association Annual Meeting
May 2019

HECMA (Higher Education Case Managers Association)
June 2019

ARCHIVED EVENTS

2018

Faculty retreat at James Madison college at Michigan State University
August 23

Sisters-in-Law radio talk show WAOK (Atlanta):
Saturday 8/25

Research! America Panel:
September 6, 2018

Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman Capitol Hill Congressional Briefing
December 6, 2018

BIG EAST Conference Freshman Fundamentals 
September 15

Ohio Statewide Suicide Prevention Conference Keynote
September 28, 2018

PBS: “This is America” TV show 
October 2, 2018

University of California San Francisco Psychiatry Visiting Faculty Lecture
Oct. 9, 2018

Kent State University Dept. of Psychology Colloquium:
October 26, 2018

Movement is Life Conference
November 7-9, 2018

American Psychological Association Thank a Scientist Week honoree
November 2018

Edmund Burke Independent School, Washington, DC
December 11, 2018