007 – Glynnis Lieb
Dr. Glynnis Lieb, executive director of the Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services at the University of Alberta is photographed in her office in Edmonton, Alberta, on Friday, May 17, 2019. (Codie McLachlan/Star Edmonton)

007 – Glynnis Lieb

What's this episode all about?

If you find yourself in an advocacy role, and trying to help with diversity and inclusion in society you are going to love this episode. Dr. Glynnis Lieb has spent 20 years in the helping profession. She began her career as a residential youth worker, she has her PhD in personality psychology, and is currently the executive director at the Institute for Sexual Minority Studies & Services (ISMSS) at the University of Alberta. Jeff and Glynnis’ wide ranging conversation touches on how our systems need to change and how we can manifest this change work through tough love and becoming effective allies without misusing our power and influence. In this very insightful conversation Glynnis shares with listeners that collective action, questioning what we know and sharing our power is the way forward. 

Enjoyed this episode? You’ll love the conversation with Dr. Paul Gorski on Equity Literacy!

Show Notes & Resources

  1. Institute for Sexual Minority Studies & Services (ISMSS)

https://www.ualberta.ca/ismss

2. ISMSS on Twitter: 

https://twitter.com/ismss_ualberta?lang=en

Youtube on connecting:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWkQnw9M8Ok

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