I focus on the intersectionality of race, socioeconomic status, and politics on people with disabilities, especially women. I hold a master’s degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where my focus was on investigative and multimedia reporting. My capstone thesis project chronicled the various ways the justice and healthcare systems failed domestic violence survivors with disabilities. I’ve written for The Daily Beast, The Mighty, Huffington Post, and Teen Vogue. Before going into journalism, I completed my bachelors in economics with a concentration in political science at Barnard College. I also have minors in sociology and women’s leadership studies. As an undergraduate student, I did advocacy work for students with disabilities, students of color, and first-generation/low-income students.