I am a passionate advocate for equity, inclusion, and accessibility. My work is informed by my personal experience, my involvement with non-profit organizations, and my ongoing self-education in anti-racism, disability justice, transphobia, classism, and other areas of discrimination. Much of my knowledge and practice in equity, diversity, and inclusion has been gleaned from self-directed learning to stay abreast of current affairs and evolving best practices. I have learned to value curiosity over presumed competence and model that curiosity by pursuing opportunities to learn more about lived experiences other than my own.