United States

  • City, State: Baltimore, MD
  • Geographic Location: North America

About me:

A nurse in Baltimore City. Only one of many roles in my life, but I state this first because it has shaped me in ways I had not expected yet is capable of encasing as well, despite the foundation is has given me from which to grow as a woman with useful skills to be of benefit in this world. I've just begun graduate school part time to become a Women's Health Nurse Practitioner as well as a Midwife. Otherwise I'm guarded, a little odd, and ever watchful and enchanted with the world around me.

Exhibit change by:

By striving every day to be no one but myself.

I'm passionate about:

women's health, sex ed, child marriages, femicide, freedom of expression, body image, cultural competency

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In Our Own Words shows how pervasive domestic violence is today; it crosses age, race, economic and ethnic borders. Each face on this wall could be a mother, a sister, a daughter, a granddaughter, a niece, an aunt, a grandmother, step-daughter and step-mother. She could be your friend, your co-worker, a classmate, the woman behind the desk as well as the woman in front of the counter. Most incidents go unreported. Many women think that if they stay they can change their partner's behavior. They stay for their children. They stay for their parents. They stay because they are afraid to leave. My message: Lean in and listen to their voices.


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