Bankhead, T. (June 2011). Exploring Income of African American Social Workers: A comparative study of recent MSW graduates, 10th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, Hilton Waikiki Prince Kuhio, Oahu, Hawaii.
Bankhead, T. (Oct., 2009). Cultural and confirmation bias uncovered: Neutralizing (mis)perceptions of the other, 13th Annual Child Support Training Conference, Judicial Council of California, Administrative Council of the Courts. Westin LAX Hotel, Los Angeles, California.
Bankhead, T. (June 2009). Divided duty: Challenges succeeding in motherhood and professional life for Black women, 8th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, Waikiki Beach Marriott, Oahu, Hawaii.
Bankhead, T. (Apr., 2008). Youth violence: A call to action. Catholic Charities of the East Bay, Diocese of Oakland, Bishop's Public Policy Breakfast, Oakland, California. (Moderated panel and lectured using Powerpoint presentation).
Bankhead, T. (Feb., 2006). Are care costs for children reduced in a coordinated mental health system? Council on Social Work Education, Annual Planning Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.
Eggman, S., Bankhead, T., Carter, R. & Cooper, L. (March, 2005). Should homophobic students be allowed in the profession? Teaching toward cultural change, Council on Social Work Education, Annual Planning Meeting, New York, New York. (Participated in preparation of manuscript and Powerpoint presentation. On maternity leave for oral presentation.)
Bankhead, T. (Jan., 2003). Paper presentation, Managing costs at any expense: Mental health care costs for children as policies and funding arrangements change, Society for Social Work & Research, 7th Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.
Bankhead, T. (June, 2001). The California Three Strikes Initiative – What does it mean to and for urban youth today? Workshop given at the Center for Youth Development Through Law, Summer Internship program, Boalt Hall, Boalt Law School, University of California at Berkeley.
Gibbs, G. T. & Bankhead, T. (June, 2001). Book reading on Preserving Privilege: California Politics, propositions and people of color, Black Oak Bookstore, Berkeley, California.
Gibbs, G. T. & Bankhead, T. (June, 2001). Videotaped remarks on Preserving Privilege: California Politics, propositions and people of color, African American Oral History Archives, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California.
Gibbs, G. T. & Bankhead, T. (May, 2001). Remarks on Preserving Privilege: California politics, propositions and people of color. Presentation before members of the United States Congress, California Delegation of Democrats, Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.
Gibbs, G. T. & Bankhead, T. (May, 2001). Remarks on Preserving Privilege: California politics, propositions and people of color. Presentation before members of the United States Congress, Congressional Black Caucus, Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.
Goldberg, S. & Bankhead, T. (May, 1999). AIA Research & Grants Management, Plenary Session, Great Expectations: Helping Families Transform Their Lives, 9th Annual National Abandoned Infants Assistance Grantees Conference, Washington, D.C.
Gibbs, J. T. & Bankhead-Greene, T. (July, 1996). Joblessness and Hopelessness: The Case of African-American Youth in South Central Los Angeles, Joint World Congress of the International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of Schools of Social Work, Hong Kong.
Gibbs, J. T. & Bankhead, T. (Apr., 1995). Issues of Conducting Qualitative Research in Inner-City Los Angeles: A Case of Black Youth in Post Rodney King Los Angeles, Poster Presentation, Society for Social Work and Research, Arlington, Virginia.
Bankhead-Greene, T. (Apr., 1995). Cultural Issues in Mental Health Treatment of African American Individuals, panelist, Psychiatric Grand Rounds, San Francisco General Hospital.
Bankhead-Greene, T. (March, 1995). Designing Culturally Sensitive Programs for African American Children, Building & Strengthening Communities for Children, panelist, Children's Defense Fund, Annual National Conference, Seattle, Washington.