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My varied professional history includes public health research, feminist oral history projects, climate change, and women’s empowerment. Though these seem to be quite different, they are all connected by a commitment to justice, equality, and empowerment. Meaning and progress are the most important things for me when I’m thinking about what I’d like to do and the direction I’d like my life to take.
I am currently done with coursework at American University’s School of International Service and will be completing my final project this year to earn an MA in Ethics, Peace and Global Affairs. This program is very human-rights heavy and my personal research throughout the program regularly focused on some combination of women’s rights, religion, and climate change.
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In my free time, I enjoy training for half marathons, marathons, and triathlons. I’m an indoor cycling instructor and love pushing people and helping them achieve goals. My commitment to fitness is tied to my interest in public health and empowerment. I’ve volunteered with Girls on the Run to teach young girls about the benefits of running for personal worth, self-esteem, and empowerment. My commitment empowering girls and women shows through my professional, academic and volunteer experience.
Below I’ve listed some of the specific issues, causes, and topics that interest me:
peace, conflict resolution, progressive faith-based work, women’s rights, gender, climate, food systems and safety, education, development, international relations, immigration, human rights, children’s rights, public health, reproductive rights, health education, race, violence, economic inequality, history/oral history