“I’m a 2L at OU law and my main areas of interest are advocacy, human/civil rights, and international law. I am currently the Secretary for our Lawyers Against Human Trafficking organization, and I’m in the process of founding a Disabled Law Students Association chapter. This past summer I was an intern for the Tulsa East Child Support and Juvenile Office, where we advocated for the child’s best interest in district and administrative court and analyzed policy. I am a New Braunfels, Texas native and completed my undergraduate studies at Texas Tech University. I majored in Psychology and English (Creative Writing) with a minor in Legal Studies. During my time at Tech, I also worked as a teaching assistant, research assistant, and tutor. I have volunteered with crisis hotline centers and on political campaigns. In my free time, I love to read and write poetry, practice yoga, learn new languages, and play with my eight month old kitten, Zara. I am so grateful to be a part of the CAIR-OK team this semester and legislative session. I am excited for the opportunity to challenge Oklahoma legislation in the hopes of making effective and inclusive policy that is fair for all the people in this state.”

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