About Me: I am a doctoral candidate at the University of Washington's Information School. My main areas of interest are working on issues of technology access and use, from a perspective of culture, identity and gender. I am a feminist and indigenist scholar attentive to the complex and uneven relations that are embedded in socio-technical systems.
My Passions: Teaching and learning in a way that maximizes agency and human flourishing and well being
My Challenges: Understanding systems
My Vision for the Future: A place where human development and capabilities are aligned to definitions of human flourishing and well being as defined by the individual and the community.
My Areas of Expertise: Digital Literacy, Community Informatics, Feminist and Indigenous pedagogies, Inclusive spaces