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

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Again, welcome! I look forward to hearing more about your important work. Best wishes,

Scott Beck

Welcome to World Pulse from a World Pulse sister in the deep south USA. Women with expertise in technology are so needed in our organization, as they are around the world. So much of the empowerment through education we achieve would not be possible without those who teach how to access technology.

Your visions are one step closer to achievement when you network in such a strong group of empowered people. You are only one person, but you are smart enough to know that our power is exponential when combined with other powerful people.

I look forward to hearing more of your voice in WorldPulse.

Continue to be a blessing. Yvette Warren

Yvette