A paralegal with a passion for public service
I’m a passionate advocate for civil rights and access to justice. I’m currently a paralegal for the national ACLU’s Voting Rights Project where I defend the right to vote and fight against voter suppression of communities of color, low-income people and people with disabilities. I also serve on the Montgomery County Committee Against Hate/Violence advising county leadership on how to best address hate crimes and bias incidents targeting minority communities. LEARN MORE
A proud first-generation, low-income, non-traditional student from Mobile, Alabama, I earned my GED, graduated summa cum laude from Coastal Alabama Community College with my A.A.S. in Paralegal Studies, and received a full scholarship to transfer to Georgetown University, where I graduated as a Harry S. Truman Scholar with my B.A. in Government. Ultimately, I plan to go to law school to pursue a career in public interest law and eventually run for public office.