Program and Research Assistant
She, Her, Hers
Support DULCE’s anti-racist, community-based approach to supporting families by promoting the healthy development of infants and addressing social determinants of health.
I do this work because
I have seen first-hand how the American health system not only neglects, but actively harms communities, including my own—and I am dedicated to ensuring that harm does not continue.
I am most proud of
My work alongside Diné community health representatives on Navajo Nation, in helping understand how health communication works as a tool for equity and justice.
- Economic Democracy Learning Center Intern, Bronx Cooperative Development Initiative (BCDI)
- Policy and Investment Cooperative Intern, WE in the World
- Cancer Program Intern, Community Outreach and Patient Empowerment (COPE) Program
Education and Awards
- B.S. in Anthropology and Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
- James Howe Prize for Writing in Anthropology
When the day is done
I enjoy baking, watching stand-up comedy and the performing arts, and exploring.