I desire to be a voice for those who are trying, but for whatever reason do not have the ability, capacity, or platform to advocate for themselves.
- Finding a Mentor
- Serving on a Board
- Career Opportunities
- Public Office
- Leadership Opportunities
Legal Writing, Legal Research, Photography
In May 2020, I graduated law school and took the bar July 2020. I have worked as a research assistant for Alexander Blewett III School of Law’s Associate Dean for Clinical and Experiential Education as well as a legal intern with SAFE Harbor, a non-profit providing emergency shelter in a safe, secure environment, crisis Intervention services and emergency advocacy. In both opportunities, I spent time engaging my zest for writing, propensity for research, ‘doer’ personality to assist with my professor, the two staff attorneys, and a supervisory attorney at Safe Harbor.
In addition to my work and my studies, I served as president of the Criminal Law Group, a core collective member of the National Lawyers Guild, and a board member of the Women’s Law Caucus. In each organization, I feel as if my membership has added to the group’s vibrancy and longevity through my drafting of the Criminal Law Group’s founding documents and ASUM membership acceptance, a record attendance at National Lawyers Guild Week Against Mass Incarceration event, and my revival of the Women’s Law Caucus blog.
How I Want to Participate in PowerHouse
I was able to leave the workforce having had a fulfilling career and the potential for upward mobility exclusively due to my privilege and my community. I hope to pay the benefits I’ve sown forward in support of others.