Student, Marymount University
I grew up in Cary, North Carolina, where I was a member of Shaina BBG. My time in BBYO helped me discover my passion for leadership and feminism - which would carry into my future values and aspirations. As I have moved through college and graduate school, I’ve further tailored a passion for social activism, women's rights, equality, diversity and inclusivity.
I am a graduate of Elon University (‘19) with a B.A. in Psychology and Minors in Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Criminal Justice Studies. Throughout my time at Elon, I remained dedicated to the multi-dimensional well-being of my peers, serving as a Wellness Peer Leader and Educator. Through this position, I created numerous campus wide programs and events, including ""Consent Week,"" ""Take Back the Night"" and ""Thanks Birth Control Day.” At Elon, I became certified in suicide prevention via Counseling Services and sexual violence prevention via Title IX training.
I currently live in Arlington, Virginia. I am an M.A. candidate in Marymount University's Forensic and Legal Psychology Program (‘21). I have a spirited interest in the criminal justice system, and the intersection between sexual violence and psychopathology.
I currently advise Lahat BBG in Northern Region East.