I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the American Studies and Gender and Sexuality Studies Programs at Princeton University. My research agenda engages the fields of women of color feminisms; feminist science studies; critical race studies; oral history; and law, literature, and embodiment.
I earned my PhD in Ethnic Studies at UC Berkeley with a Designated Emphasis in Women, Gender and Sexuality. I was a Visiting Scholar at UC Santa Cruz's Science and Justice Research Center and briefly taught at CSU Los Angeles.
While in Northern California, I was involved in a wide range of projects that bridged individual and collective transformation with structural change. I learned how to sail during this time and later founded Sailing for Social Justice, a project that places sailing-and the sea at large-in conversation with social and healing justice.
PhD Ethnic Studies, UC Berkeley
MA Ethnic Studies, UC Berkeley
BA Ethnic Studies and French, UC Berkeley