about me

I am a proud activist and advocate based in Washington DC. I have spent the last four years protesting, rallying, learning, teaching, writing, lobbying, volunteering, and working for feminist and Jewish causes around the city.

I graduate in December from American University and am majoring in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. I’ve served on multiple executive boards of student organizations such as the American Association of University Women, Students to End Abortion Stigma, and She’s the First. Additionally, I have held multiple internships around DC in women’s advocacy at various nonprofits such as NARAL Pro-Choice America, the American Association of University Women, the Center for Survivor Agency and Justice, Jewish Women International and more. I sit on NARAL’s first ever DC Action Council. I am deeply passionate about promoting women’s empowerment and liberation from the heteropatriarchy. My favorite thing in the world is to bring like-minded, passionate women together to change the world.

I’m heavily involved in the Jewish community on and off campus. I currently sit on the Board of Directors for American University’s Hillel after heavy involvement throughout my time at AU and am a proud mikvah guide at the Adas Israel Community Mikvah. I’ve been educating about antisemitism for many years and wrote and passed a bill condemning antisemitism through my student government. I’ve travelled to Israel and Palestine four times.

I’ve been interviewed by NowThis, Mother Jones, Refinery29, Washington Jewish Week, Beyond the Byline, Alma, HerCampus, and Harvard Radio Broadcasting. Additionally, I have presented at conferences such as the Mathias Undergraduate Research conference on reclaiming mikvah as a feminist practice at American University and the Working to End Rape Culture Summit digital communication in sexual assault prevention activism at Georgetown University.

When I’m not talking about feminism or Judaism I can predictably be found reading or writing about them, especially with how they intersect with topical issues. Some of my proudest pieces include:

The non-work related parts of me that are worth mentioning: I’m a proud Hufflepuff and think Dunkin Donuts is better than Starbucks. I hail from the lovely city of Boston, though I don’t miss the snow. I have a cat named Goose who brings me so much joy amid the wild politics of DC. I am a voracious reader and am always looking for books recs, so please hit me up!