consent education | journalism | exposing abuse at Fenwick
Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism
Master of Science in Journalism
Specialization: Social Justice and Investigative Journalism
Class of 2021
Santa Clara University
Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Italian Studies
Class of 2018
I am passionate about social justice storytelling.
I am a feminist documentary filmmaker.
I exposed sexual abuse at Fenwick High School in Oak Park, Illinois. Through my Youtube videos and community organizing, I got a sexual predator fired from the school.
My master's project is a documentary about food insecurity on the West Side of Chicago. "Feed 'Em All" won the Virginia Dares Cinematic Award for Decolonizing and Re-indigenizing Media and was an official selection in the Oregon Documentary Film Festiva, the Female Feedback Film Festival, and Austin Eats.
My senior project at Santa Clara University was a documentary exposing sexual assault on campus.
After graduating, I moved to Rome, Italy where I worked as an ESL teacher in a school and a refugee center (Joel Nafuma Refugee Center) for one year.
Next, I moved to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico where I worked in a school and a refugee center (Casa Abba) for Central American migrants making the dangerous journey north.