January 8th, 2018 “Making Your Research Public” Faculty Development Week. Office of Faculty Development, Gallaudet University, Washington, DC
2017 Putting Stories to Work in Sexual Health and Social Justice: Pro Tips from an Ethnographer. Annual Meeting, National Coalition of STD Directors, Arlington, VA.
2017Beyoncé and Contemporary Black Feminist Thought: Practical Lessons in Drinking Lemonade. American Studies Program, American University, Washington, DC.
2017Art and Ideas: Dr. Nikki Lane — Black Women Queering the Mic: Missy Elliott Disturbing the Boundaries of Racialized Gender and Sexuality. MOCA Jacksonville. Jacksonville, FL.
2017 Beyoncé and Black Feminist Thought: A Practical Lesson in Conscious Culture Consumption. Gender Studies Program. Whitman College. Walla Walla, WA.
2016 “Hey Girl, You Back From Vacation?”: Belonging, Being, and Living in Tangerine. Invited speaker for the Scholars Program in Culture and Communication Symposium on Discourses in Action. Annenberg School of Communication, University of Pennsylvania.
2015 Will You Be My N**** @ Prom: Post “Post-Racial” Racism and American Popular Culture. Special invited lecture for American Studies Department, University of Kassel, Kassel, Germany.
2015 On the Scene: Doing Public Anthropology with Black Queer People in D.C. Invited lecture for Social Justice Colloquium, American University.
2012 The Blacker the Berry: Racism and Colorism in America and on the College Campus. Georgetown University’s Women of Color student organization.
2009 Oprah, Sexuality, and Lies: Black Women and New Controlling Images. Allied in Pride student organization, George Washington University.