Social Worker | Educator | Facilitator
Social workers were doing this work way before DEI became popular
I define myself as a macro social worker – a social worker that works with organizations and communities on a macro level to assess systemic trauma, thinking about the ways in which organizations at large perpetuate inequity, create hostile environments, and further marginalize people of color and oppressed groups. We look at the root of the issues and try to create positive macro-level change using a grassroots approach for organizations and community.
For this, we do deep research, including about the people who are impacted most, understanding the assets of a community or organization have.
Utilizing a systemic lens, I continue to serve the community and impact urban education by advocating for systemic change
I currently hold a Bachelors of Science from Marist College and a Master of Social Work from Fordham University.
My leadership experience includes serving on several educational boards, facilitating at national conferences, and working with several organizations and school districts to address systemic inequity.
My work is an extension of my story.
My clients receive an authentic experience that draws from my own lived experience. I live and breathe equity work because it is what makes me who I am today.
I’m proud to serve on the Board of Directors at New Settlement
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3 Steps to work with me
We connect to analyze your goals
I develop a curriculum tailored to your company or organization's needs.
I work with you to implement strategy.
What they are saying
This new curriculum is the new Black Panther Party focused on education and economic empowerment.
This workshop was extremely powerful and challenged advisors to consider their role in activating their own activism.
The curriculum content flow is incredible. This is the foundation for the educational revolution we have all been dreaming of and working towards.