Lisa Trefzger Clarke
Lisa Trefzger Clarke is a first generation settler from Germany, mother, and anti-gender based violence educator. She has worked in anti-violence work, non-profit research, communications, education, feminist activism and community development for over 20 years. Her interests include violence against women, gender based violence, developmental disabilities, public education, decolonization, 2SLGBTQ+ and youth engagement and empowerment.
Lisa is a graduate of the Masters of Adult Education and Community Development program at St. Francis Xavier University, researching public and feminist pedagogies, social justice education and transformative learning. Her original research explored the learning experiences of feminist public educators when facilitating conversations about consent and gender based violence.