Dr Stephanie Davis
HEALTH JUSTICE RESEARCHER
Dr Stephanie Davis (she/her/dey/dem) is Health Justice Researcher at Healing Justice Ldn. Stephanie is a scholar-activist with expertise in critical and community psychology; a focus on the intersections of race/gender/sexuality, minoritisation, and community; and guided by Black feminist, anti-/de-colonial, and queer theory and praxis. Stephanie has held lectureships at Nottingham Trent University, University of Brighton and University of East London. She has previously worked in a community development and activist capacity on issues of sexual health, gender and sexual diversity, and police harassment with young people and Black and brown communities. In 2013, she co-founded Rainbow Noir, a social support and organising space for queer, trans, and intersex people of colour (QTIPOC) in Manchester. She is excited by the possibilities of the margins, the borderlands and ancestral and spiritual connection for getting free. She is the author of ‘Queer and Trans People of Colour: Possibilities for Intersectional Richness’ (Routledge, 2023).