Project Manager & Supervisor
Jamilah is an emerging Sociologist completing her Ph.D of Social and Cultural Analysis at Concordia University, specializing in decolonial pedagogy, Black masculinity studies, Black Canadian studies, popular music studies and anti-racist education. She is a SSHRC Joseph Armand Bombardier recipient for her doctoral project “Black Masculinities in Canada: A Documentary of Black Empowerment and Community Engagement”. Her passion for cultivating systemic transformation drivers her research educational consultancy and community work supporting Black and other racialized communities. With empowered teams, she cultivates spaces for plural and anti-colonial knowledge-sharing as the founding director of the Decolonial Perspectives and Practises Hub (DPPH), the project manager for the Anti-Racist Pedagogy Project (ARPP), as an executive on the American men’s studies association, , the co-founder of the National Black Graduate Network, as a decolonial consultant for community organizations and a student mentor and supervisor. She also held the position of student coordinator for the Black Canadian Studies Association for two years.