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I received a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Women's Studies from The Mississippi University for Women in 2018 and a M.A. in Political Science from the University of Memphis in 2020. My current research projects explore expressions of faith and care as modes of resistance, healing, and connection

at extraction protests within the field of International Relations using auto-ethnographic, relational, and narrative methodologies. My pedagogical interests include broadening the methodological tools used in political science classrooms to incorporate artistic and embodied modes of narration and expression, allowing students to connect their daily lives in personal and unique ways to political phenomena.

I am a settler currently living on the ancestral homelands of the Ajchachemen and Tongva peoples. In my free time, you can catch me doing community theatre, at the beach, hiking, and hanging out with my family and pets. 

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