Dr. Camisha Sibblis is an Assistant Professor at the School of Social Work at the University of Windsor and is currently transitioning to her most recent appointment at the University of Toronto as an Assistant Professor in Criminology, Law and Society with a focus on Black Canadian Studied. She holds a BA in Philosophy from the University of Toronto and pursued her BSW, MSW, and PhD degrees at York University. Camisha has extensive experience working with marginalized children, youth and their families as a school social worker in the Peel District School Board, as a child welfare worker, and as a clinician who, in addition to treatment, authors various types of assessment reports - including “Morris Reports” aka Impact of Race and Culture Reports. She counseled Black wards of the Children’s Aid Society as a mental health practitioner in private practice; and she is a clinical agent for the Office of the Children’s Lawyer. Among her community work, she taught for the Tabono Liberation Learning Academy - fostering activism among Black young adults, she was a long-standing member of the Council for Adolescent Suicide Prevention in Peel, a suicide intervention trainer, and was a member of the Peel school board’s community advisory council for the board-wide strategy to support Black student academic success and well-being. She currently sits on the Board of Directors as a Research Consultant for the Black Community Action Network of Peel.