“I’m a 3L at OU Law where I am also completing my International Law Certificate. My involvement in law school includes serving as President of the Criminal Law Association, and Clerking for Phi Alpha Delta for the past two years. During 2L year I also competed on a national trial team. I’m currently an intern for the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, and I’m also working part time in the Civil Litigation Unit at the Attorney General’s Office. I have experience clerking for a judge on the Court of Criminal Appeals, volunteering with Legal Aid, and interning at a Victim Witness Center. In undergrad I studied Sociology and an Honors College Degree at OSU and I am so grateful for how the social sciences have shaped my perspective and passion. In my free time, I love to read, paint, craft, and play with my two pups. I’m very excited to join the CAIR-OK team where I can work to actively challenge Oklahoma policies and legislation to make my community more diverse and inclusive!”

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