A recent alumna of Brown University and the Mellon-Mays Fellowship, I ground my work in a belief that democratizing information amplifies democracy itself by revealing the systems that structure it and the means for engaging them. I cultivate avenues for catalyzing agency through community and education, using communication as a vehicle for illuminating our interconnectivity, capitalizing our interstices, and spreading access. I work to maximize these points of connection to broaden coalitions, multiply investment, and strengthen initiatives.
I specialize in identifying, documenting, and communicating relevance and meaning across individuals, fields, time periods, and communities, having done so as a writer, popular educator, international researcher, and interpreter.
A pan-Americanist, I enjoy connecting with organizations and individuals involved in overlapping pursuits in holistic approaches to social justice, especially integrated racial, economic & environmental, within the U.S. and abroad; let’s: email@example.com.
I am dextrous, meticulous, analytical, innovative, and diplomatic.
✱ Writing/Editing & Communications►converging cross-cultural communities, academic, literary, journalistic, promotional; translation; print & digital media; liaising.
✱ Education►adapting concepts to multi-level, inter-generational, & ELL classes; writing history; sequencing curricula; mentoring; arts integration; outreach.
✱ Research►mining unconventional archives; interviewing; converting data (quant. & qual.) into succinct written & oral presentations; bridging academia & public sectors; mixing methods (CITI-certified).
✱ Nonprofits.►organizing trainings & guest workshops; creating & maintaining databases; scouting funding & authoring proposals; strategizing to improve efficacy & stakeholder reciprocity; creating tools to streamline workflow; pacing big projects into achievable tasks.
+ working in Spanish, some Portuguese & French