I am a writer, editor, poet, interdisciplinary artist, oral historian, multimedia producer, freelance journalist, and educator. I am currently open to opportunities and I am also working at the moment as an artist-in-residence at on-off.site, as a managing editor for Poets Reading the News, as a contributing arts and science writer with publications like the American Geophysical Union's Eos and The Creative Independent, and as the lead audio and oral historian for the SFMOMA IMLS-funded arts and community-based initiative "Mission Murals Project." In the past, I have worked as a digital content editor, multimedia producer and contributing writer with the National Geographic Society, as an audio producer and arts contributor with NPR, have led a conference at the United Nations Headquarters and have given a TEDx Talk on narratives and the self, among others. I earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in philosophy and religious studies from Rollins College in Winter Park, FL.

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