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I grew up in rural Black Earth, Wisconsin. At an early age, the beauty of the land made a tremendous impact on me. This appreciation for the environment shaped my ethics, interests and education.
I moved to Madison as a teen. My sophomore year, I attended Malcolm X Shabazz City High School. My first fires of activism were ignited when I took a class on banned books. Shabazz also helped me engage in my first experiences as a writer. I can still remember how thrilled I was when the Wisconsin State Journal published my short paper written on diversity.
I received my undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. As an undergraduate, I majored in Elementary Education with a minor in Environmental Science. A few years later, I obtained my Master’s degree in Educational Psychology.
I have been teaching in the Madison Metropolitan School District for eleven years. In that time, I have fought for equity by serving as an Equity Team facilitator at the school level, participating on a district level Equity Team and serving on the district’s Strategic Planning Committee. Through this work, I have engaged with families, businesses and the community.
I have recently become involved with Labor issues and fighting for the working families and children of Wisconsin.
All opinions put forth on this website are mine as an individual.