Tuesday, February 23 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Join us for a discussion about race and racism as it impacts Black women, and maternal and infant health outcomes in the community. Speakers include:
Jenise Ogle, MPA: Co-developer of “Save Our Moms”, MTV/VH1 network campaign that discusses Black women maternal health, and also Board President of the Black Coalition for Safe Motherhood.
Deidre Logan, MD, MMM, FACOG: USC Student Health, Keck Medicine of USC. Clinical faculty, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Keck School of Medicine of USC. Prior to joining USC as a full-time gynecologist in the fall of 2018, Dr. Logan served as chief physician of the Watts Healthcare Corporation’s Ob/Gyn department, where she also founded and directed the teen clinic. Logan is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology, and a two-time alumna of USC. She earned her medical degree from Keck School of Medicine of USC, completed her residency at Martin Luther King Drew Medical Center, and earned a master’s in medical management from USC Marshall School of Business. Logan is an advocate for equity in women’s health care and hopes to educate and empower the young women in her care at USC.
Kendra Archer, LCSW, MSW: USC Student Health Liaison to the Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs (CBCSA), and clinical faculty of the Department of Psychiatry and the Behavioral Sciences. Kendra Archer received her MSW at the Smith College School for Social Work. Her professional interests include: crisis intervention, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), racial identity development, self-esteem, cultural competence, psychodynamic approaches to therapy, individual and family therapy, attachment, trauma and PTSD, treatment of depression and anxiety, first-episode psychosis, mania, African Diaspora, intersectionality, first-generation to college, self-care, healthy emotional regulation and coping.
Organized by USC Student Health education and prevention specialists in Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Services.