Mohit Dudeja (Any/All)
Mohit is the founder and president of the Mendlife Foundation. Their academic pursuit has led them to a Ph.D. in Educational Studies, a distinguished program jointly offered by Lakehead University, Brock University, and the University of Windsor, Canada, and currently serves as a lecturer in the Faculty of Education and the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies at Lakehead University.
Dudeja's research examines the intricate connections between gender, sexuality, and education, with their current focus on the internationalization of Education and its intersection with queer identities. Previously, they have worked with prestigious organizations such as the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) and the World Brain Center & Research Institute to further their critical work.
Besides speaking at numerous national and international forums on gender, sexuality, and education, Mohit is also a trained queer affirmative psychotherapist. They have extensive experience working with marginalized communities and providing mental health services to individuals from diverse backgrounds. Their expertise in this area adds a valuable dimension to the Mendlife Foundation's work, which seeks to promote mental health and well-being among underprivileged communities.
As a distinguished thought leader and an eloquent speaker, Mohit invites collaborations and partnerships with those who share his commitment towards transformative education and inclusive societies. Reach out to him at firstname.lastname@example.org to explore meaningful engagements.