Professor and Graduate Program Director in the Department of Surgery. He is also a Senior Investigator at the Lady Davis Institute and past President of the Canadian Orthopaedic Research Society. His research focuses on the repair of degenerated intervertebral disc and osteoarthritis.
Diversity Officer at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. She holds a PhD in organizational communication. She oversees the development and implementation of diversity initiatives in the Social Accountability and Community Engagement Office. She is co-chair of the Racialized and Ethnic Persons group (Joint Board Senate Committee on Equity).
Equity Program Administrator
Equity Education Program Administrator at Teaching and Learning Services. Her areas of focus are the creation and support of equity centered living and learning environments
Ad. E., Professor at the Faculty of Law and Canada Research Chair in Transnational Labour Law and Development. Her interests are in transnational labour law, slavery and the law, the regulation of domestic work, law of international organizations, and Critical Race Theory. She is the 2020 convenor of the Caucus.
Media spokesperson for the Caucus
Please direct any media enquiries to Professor Adelle Blackett and Emeritus Professor Glyne Piggott
Dr. Anita Brown-Johnson
Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Associate Member of the Division of Geriatric Medicine at McGill University, Interim Chief of the MUHC Department of Family Medicine and Director of the Secondary Care Division. She specializes in optimizing care transitions and continuing complex care for elderly and other vulnerable patients.
Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law. He researches criminal justice and comparative government from a multidisciplinary perspective. His writing focuses on the peculiar historical evolution of American law, institutions, and sociopolitical culture compared to other Western democracies.
Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics and co-Director of the Centre for Research in Reproduction and Development (CRRD). Her research is focused on identifying the molecular and genetic causes of abnormal placental development and craniofacial malformations in newborn infants.
Khalid Mustafa Medani
Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and the Institute for Islamic Studies, and Chair of the African Studies Program. His research and teaching interests include African politics, Islam and politics, informal economies, Middle East politics, civil conflict and social movements in the Horn of Africa.
Sabrina N. Jafralie
Course Lecturer in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education. Her teaching and research interests include Teacher Education, Religious Literacy, and Anti-Racism Education. She is a social justice activist and the co-founder of the Centre for Civic Religious Literacy (CCRL).
Sara Pierre is the Employment Equity Advisor. She supports the recruitment, hiring, retention and promotion of underrepresented administrative and support staff.
Equity Education Advisor in the Office of the Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic). Her portfolio focuses on anti-oppression and anti-racism education and she is primarily available for workshop facilitation and advising support for faculty and staff.
Associate of the Career Development Office at the Faculty of Law. She specializes in communications and events management, working closely with students associations and legal employers.