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The Invisible List

This International Women’s Day join us as we hear from our panelists about the invisible workload of women. Panelists will share their own experiences, research, and ways in which we can do better in taking care of one and other.

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Confirmed Panelists:

Dr. Homira Osman
Dr. Osman (She/Her) is a clinician and scientist with a unique mix of clinical, operational, health system, and population health leadership experience. Her work as an audiologist instilled in her a love for the translation of well-designed research evidence into clinical practice for optimal patient care. She has a special focus on patient-oriented research, patient-research partnerships, and influencing health public policy related to equitable access to fair and timely diagnoses and treatments for the rare disease community in Canada. Aside from full-time employment, Dr. Osman is a mother to two young children, wife, sister, daughter, and advocate.

Paula Gowdie Rose
Rose (She/Her) Daughter, mother, wife, full time employed, workplace advocate to many, graduate student and student of life.  Black woman.  Interests include understanding the experiences of Black women, including her own, in Canadian workplaces, the roles that organizations play in the continued oppression of Black women and the effects of racism and oppression.

Joanie Cameron Pritchett
Pritchett has dedicated her life to gender equality, workers’ rights, democracy and social justice.  She is currently the Director of the Centre for Sexual violence Response, Support and Education at York University.

Pritchett believes that life-long learning is her trajectory and has leaned into her studies with an open mind and the desire to learn and unlearn along the way.

She has completed a Masters program in Alternate Dispute Resolution at Osgoode Hall Law School (LLM) and graduated in 2013 with a Masters in Leadership at the University of Guelph.  She is currently pursuing her doctorate and this research is centred around a risk assessment tool for Colleges and Universities to apply to complaints of sexual violence.

Joanie is always looking to provide support and resources to the community that she serves and enjoys learning and growing herself and helping her team thrive and develop the work and how we support community members in a trauma-informed and human-centred approach.

Online Zoom Panel Discussion


Mar 08 2023


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


(URL will be provided in the email confirmation)


The Centre for Sexual Violence Response, Support & Education
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