Denisha Gingles is a passionate individual, BCBA, and owner/clinical director of a full service agency located in Baltimore, MD. To date, she has provided clinical services in Maryland, Missouri, and New York, as well as Kenya, Africa. In addition to behavior analysis, Denisha has received master level training in mental health counseling and is also a social justice activist/advocate; her key issue areas include criminal justice reform, education reform, and racial justice. She has served in a leadership and/or organizing capacity with various national organizations including: the Urban League, Gathering for Justice/Justice League NYC, and the Women’s March. Moving in alignment with her passion and values Denisha facilitates anti-oppression workshops which address privilege and social systems with an overarching goal of creating more change agents to work as accomplices for other targeted and marginalized groups in every sector of the human experience. She has successfully planned and executed multiple large scale social justice conferences. In addition, she has bolstered civic engagement by organizing city-wide voter registration campaigns.

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