2017, M.S. Conflict and Dispute Resolution Program, University of Oregon School of Law 2009, B.S. Sociology, University of Oregon
Culture and Conflict Transformation, Social Movements Organizing, Nonprofit Organization, Critical Analysis, Anti-Colonization and Decolonization, North American Indigenous Studies, Revitalization and Resistance Movements.
I have an academic background in Sociology, Anthropology, and History. My Master’s paper was, Activism, Advocacy, and Process: Nonprofit Organizing for Social Change. I have organized with and done support work for such groups as: The Western Shoshone Defense Project, Food Not Bombs, the Zapatistas, Utah Food Bank, Liberation Collective, Autonomy House Collective, Earth First, and United Academics UO. I have taught courses in Cultural Anthropology at USU since 2018.