Why I do what I do
I find myself serving in an academic and community setting. I believe in providing service as a means to expanding my research into real lived experiences and practice. I am committed to serving in a capacity to bring awareness of artistic practices, considering the impacts of emerging technologies, changes in public policy, and environmental and resource constraints that are likely to affect society at large.
Integrating historical and emerging feminist practices and theories inspires my research. By combining bits and pieces of repressed stories I am exploring systematic approaches to defining gender identity, culture and social media through researching propaganda, bias, discrimination, and political agendas.