Ranked youngest executive-leader of the oldest civil rights organization in the nation. She oversees six executive committees and a growing membership of over 200 members. Her responsibilities include budgeting, recruitment, committee coordination, leadership development, policy advocacy to various local and statewide officials, and quarterly reporting to Nationals.
Sworn by Mayor Melvin Carter to serve on an all civilian board. Analyze and recommend policy change to our St. Paul Chief of Police and Mayor's Office. Completed Police Civilian Academy and well versed on SPPD policy and procedures. Led round-table discussions with officers and community at PCIARC Annual Summit.
Committed to serving our students by addressing disparities and increasing reading levels. Began as an intern for Children Defense Funds Freedom School summer program and climbed up the professional ladder in education to the Juvenile Juvenile Transition Coordinator for the entire public school district and Ramsey County Community Corrections.
Advocates at the Capitol with Senators, Legislators, and Public Leaders for the voter restoration of over 50,000 Minnesotans currently on felony probation or parole. Coordinated a coalition of over 80 organizations including the City of St. Paul to advocate for a democracy that believes in second chances.
Currently co- led Ramsey County Warrant Forgiveness Day to resolve active warrants. Last year restored public trust between our court system and residents through the elimination of arrest warrants, strategic community partnerships and implementation of public resources.
Participated in the decision-making of community artists and projects that celebrate the stories of the historic Rondo neighborhood. Designed and co-created a children's coloring book to educate youth on the culture and heritage of Rondo's diverse close-knit community.