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My work is to empower people to engage in difficult conversations in order to achieve common understanding, while also acknowledging the power differentials that exist in our society. The invitation is to connect with information where you learn different ways of being and grow as a result. Connect, Learn, Grow.

Aisha is a self proclaimed LOUD TALKER, both literally and figuratively, as an accomplished religious educator, facilitator, author and advocate of equity and justice.

Along with working to dismantle institutional racism, Aisha LOVES to teach, train and talk about healthy sexuality! Aisha is an approved trainer for the Our Whole Lives sexuality education program. This is a sex affirming and sex positive program offered in Unitarian Universalist and United Church of Christ congregations all over the U.S. and Canada.

Aisha was born in Egypt and has lived in five different states and three different countries. A sample of workshops Aisha has led:

  • Microagressions and Bystander Training Workshops, First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston, February 2020, Houston TX

  • Collaborative Leadership for Collective Liberation (co-presenter) Pacific Northwest Minister Association Program, November 2019, Tacoma, WA

  • Laying the Foundation for Talking to Children About Race, Mount Baker Community Club, 2018 Seattle WA

  • How to Have Difficult Conversations, Liberal Religious Educators Association Fall Conference, 2018 Houston, TX.

  • Ministering to Families of Color, (co-presenter) LREDA Fall Conference, 2018 Houston, TX.

  • Disrupting White Supremacy Culture by Recognizing and Challenging "Fear of Open Conflict" in Well-Meaning White Liberal Spaces, (co-presenter) Race and Pedagogy Conference, 2018 Tacoma, WA

  • The Role of Churches in Current Racial Justice Movements, (co-presenter) Race and Pedagogy Conference, 2018 Tacoma, WA

  • #UUWhiteSupremacyTeachIn Transforming Our Faith, (co-presenter) Unitarian Universalist General Assembly June 2018, Kansas, City, MO.

  • Multicultural Religious Education 15-hour Workshop co-led for LREDA Fall Conference, 2017 Denver, CO.

  • Transition; How We are is Who We Are, (co-presenter) Unitarian Universalist General Assembly June 2017, New Orleans, LA. 

  • Conflict-Why It’s Important and How to Work Through It, (co-presenter) Unitarian Universalist General Assembly June 2016, Columbus, OH. 

  • Creating Leadership Opportunities for Growth in a Diverse World, (co-presenter) Unitarian Universalist General Assembly June 2015, Portland Oregon. 

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