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I am passionate about:
Intersectional justice: I see justice as a process rather than a product and systematic inquiry and critical reflection as part of contemplative, spiritual practice--the embodiment and enactment collective self-determination.
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My background is in the visual and performing arts
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"Justice, not charity: Nothing about us without us."
I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts and BA in Art History from the University of Michigan and a Master’s of Public Affairs in Nonprofit Management, with a secondary concentration in Race, Class & Gender in Global Perspective, from the Humphrey School. I am currently completing my doctorate in Evaluation Studies at the University of Minnesota, where my dissertation research examines the ways that race is constructed in and through evaluation. Domestically and internationally, independently and with organizations, I have evaluated government and nonprofit programs focused on poverty.