Certified Compassion Fatigue Specialist; Bereavement Education Certificate; MSW; BSW
Social Service Worker – Immigrants and Refugees, School of Community Services
Immigration and settlement, Anti-racism and oppression, Child abuse and family violence, Violence against women, Community development
Angie Arora has more than 10 years of experience addressing issues of violence against immigrants, refugees and racialized women. As a young racialized woman and survivor of violence herself, Arora provides a unique perspective on violence against women. Specializing in front-line practice, community development, policy work and education, she has supported numerous racialized women and children in overcoming violent situations. Arora is now the vice-president of Sandgate Women’s Shelter Board of Directors and operates her own private practice, New Wave Consulting.
- Roots and Routes of Displacement and Trauma: From Analysis to Advocacy and Policy to Practice (2015)
- Unsettled Settlers: Barriers to Integration (2012)
- Out of the Shadows: Woman Abuse in Ethnic, Aboriginal and Refugee Communities (2010)