Artist, former teacher at Oakland Unified, founder & CEO of Literator - a tech platform to support teachers as they improve literacy in the classroom. Committed to educational equity, inclusion and diversity in tech, and magical living.
Community organizer, educator, writer, and food justice activist. Legislative Aide for SF District F5 Supervisor Vallie Brown. Founder of Slow Jams and Nourish Resist, former Community Programs Manager for Bi-Rite Market, board member of CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture), preservation / canning expert-in-residence at 18 Reasons, Stone Barns Center fellow, Fulbright scholar and Penn ‘07 grad.
Family Nurse Practitioner-in-training at Samuel Merritt University in Oakland, working with supportive housing tenants in the Tenderloin to provide health teaching and medical care, volunteers with the Women’s Health Clinic at SF General Hospital, passionate about providing quality reproductive and prenatal health care to vulnerable women.