I am a U.S-based macro-level social work professional with a passion for creative community outreach, projects and campaigns on social justice and human rights issues, especially interpersonal violence and human trafficking. My educational background is in psychology (B.A) and international development (M.S.W); my specialized training and experience is in working with vulnerable populations, at-risk youth, and groups on issues of sexual assault, relationship violence and human trafficking. I have worked in nonprofit and government agencies nationally and internationally, from Paris, France to rural Maine to St. Louis, Missouri and beyond. Pivotally, in 2010, I conducted a multi-national research project with over forty human rights activists in four countries, a project which gave rise to the project Be The Foundation. BTF now celebrates and shares the incredible stories of people who’ve made human rights their life work. I am always eager to see all the great work and inspiring collaborators out there! Feel free to be in touch.