Dr. Reese Kelly is an experienced and engaging presenter specializing in: diversity, equity, social justice, and inclusion topics; LGBQ+ communities; transgender and/or non-binary communities; critical examinations of whiteness; anti-bias and bystander intervention; equity and inclusion in higher education; and, the intersection of belonging and well-being.
Reese is available for in-person or virtual keynotes and presentations on these thematic areas, which he tailors specifically for the needs of your organization or community.
He has given invited talks at pride celebrations, college orientations, diversity conferences, grand rounds, advocacy summits, educator trainings, and community teach-ins. Reese’s audiences have included healthcare professionals, community members, K-12 teachers, college students, youth and families, college staff and faculty, non-profit boards, and higher education administrators.
A selection of Reese’s invited presentations and appearances include:
The JED Foundation Webinar: Introducing the Proud and Thriving Framework to Support the Mental Health and Wellbeing of LGBTQ+ Students
BBC World Service interview in What’s the Real Difference Between the Sexes?
Inclusive Pedagogies: Racial Identity Development and Classroom Conflict – Dartmouth College Center for the Advancement of Learning
The Healthcare Professional and the Transgender Patient – The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice; Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Department of Gynecology Grand Rounds; Transforming NH Healthcare Summit, ACLU of NH; The Dartmouth Introduction to Transgender Medicine Conference
Trans Day of Visibility Homily – Unitarian Universality Congregation of the Upper Valley.
Transforming Pride: Transgender Inclusion in Our Communities. Invited panelist for the Capital District of New York Annual Pride Celebration, Albany, New York
College 101: Making the Transition to College – Trans Youth and Family Conference, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Supporting Trans & Gender Nonconforming Students – Emerson College