I work in program design, non-profit development, and research. My background is in social sciences, education, psychology, and public and community health.

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Las Marias

A bilingual Spanish-English education project composed of workshops and independent discussion groups, as well as an online resource of introductory feminist materials. Our framework draws from intersectional feminist theory, critical pedagogies, trans-disciplinary studies, psychology, design justice principles, political advocacy, and community-based research.

The Maintainers

A global research network interested in the concepts of maintenance, infrastructure, repair, and the myriad forms of labor and expertise that sustain our human-built world. Through collaborative efforts across an interwoven network of communities, Maintainers’ pursue a mission of maintaining self and society through reflection, research, and advocacy in the hopes of achieving a more caring and well-maintained world.


The Educopia Institute empowers collaborative communities to create, share, and preserve knowledge. Areas of action include sustainability planning, community engagement strategies, facilitation, and administrative backbone support services for collaborative communities, as well as developing applied research in the broader information fields of libraries, archives and museums.  

Cita Press

A feminist indie press publishing open-access books written by women that makes carefully designed books available free in both printed format. My role for Cita Press has been as a consultant for capacity-building efforts related to stakeholder analysis, organizational modeling, partnership cultivation and prospect research.


I have recently joined the Steering Committee of Art Tech Nature Culture, a global community of practice for creative experimenters engaged in ecological art forms across disciplines.

Feminist Future(s) Hackathon
(Massachussetts Institute of Technology)

I was a fellow of the MIT’s Feminist Futures Hackathon, a program that convened committees to design interventions for reproductive justice, the care economy, abolition, and environmental justice. I was part of the Care Economy Track and created a terminology index for pedagogical purposes.

She Resonates
(Clocktower Radio/Pioneer Works)

She Resonates was a collaboration between Las Marías, a bilingual grassroots feminism education project, and sound-artist Merche Blasco, that consisted of a series of podcasts and live sound art and musical performance events at Clocktower Radio, based in Pioneer Works (New York City). Guests included members of the Brooklyn Community Bail Fund, Babeland Workers Union, and Rainforest Action Network.