Reshma Dhrodia is a trauma-informed social worker, educator, and social justice advocate whose professional interests are in anti-oppressive practice, disability, equity and wellness training, and gender-based violence prevention. She has worked and volunteered with the Scarborough Women’s Centre, the Centre for Addictions and Mental Health, the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre, West Park Healthcare Centre, and the University of Toronto. Between 2012 and 2014, she managed a community-university project to engage post-secondary students to prevent gender-based violence at U of T Scarborough. In 2014, she delivered a TEDx talk on age discrimination called, “The Trouble with Aging”. Reshma has worked in student services at the U of T St. George Campus since 2015. Her work on the downtown campus has included co-designing and facilitating equity trainings to build skills in allyship among students and staff. She has been with U of T Accessibility Services working to support students with disabilities since 2016 and served as the Chair of their Equity Committee since 2019.