WUN PhD

CONNIE

Researcher  |  Author |   Trainer & Educator  |  Speaker & Facilitator 

Working for women and girls of color

 

My work is a reflection of a lifelong commitment to ending racial and gender-based violence.

RESEARCH & EDUCATION FOR SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION

I train and educate organizations to do the work that students spend time and money learning in academia. Through educative trainings, people learn community-driven research, data analysis, and political education. I also develop and consult on community-driven research designs, projects, qualitative data collection tools and analyses. These projects provide organizations and people with access to tools that help them examine and change real-life contexts for organizational, institutional, state, and structural needs. We use research for social transformation at ALL levels and everywhere we can. 

 

FOUNDER & DIRECTOR:

CONSULTANT & TRAINER:

KEYNOTE | EDUCATOR | TRAINER

I Speak Truth to Power on:

  • The Power of Community-Driven Research 

  • What is Intersectionality

  • Race and Gender Equity

  • Asian and Pacific Islanders and Gender-Based Violence

  • Women's Empowerment

  • Violence Against Women and Girls of Color

  • School Discipline and Punishment

  • Schools and Prisons 

  • Girls of Color in Education

  • Anti-Blackness in Education

I've had the privilege to speak at:

Northwestern Law School

 
 

I received my Ph.D. in Education from UC Berkeley and have taught courses at

  • University of San Francisco

  • UC Berkeley

  • California College of the Arts

  • Former Highschool Teacher

AWARDS

  • National Science Foundation Fellowship

  • American Association for University Women Postdoctoral Fellowship

  • University of Illinois College of Education Postdoctoral Fellowship

  • UC Berkeley Chancellor's Fellowship

  • UC Berkeley Center for Race and Gender Grant

  • Ed-Trust West Senior Fellowship 

  • Mills College Research at the Intersections Fellowship

Published

Critical Sociology

Unaccounted Foundations:

Black Girls, Anti-Black Racism, and Punishment in Schools

Contact Dr. Connie Wun today.

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