I completed a dual bachelor’s program at UC Berkeley, studying History and Political Science along with a minor in German. My specialization focused on the history of human rights, urban history, and museum studies. Currently, I am a Master’s student at Humboldt University in Germany, and my research focuses on how immigrant minorities work toward achieving equal rights in their host countries.
Prior to joining Metro Analytics, I worked as an assistant curator for the Magnes Museum, helping to prepare an exhibition showcasing the work of the photographer Roman Vishniac, focusing on the theme of cities destroyed by war. My time as an assistant curator helped me to refine my abilities to retrieve, organize, and comprehend archival material, but more importantly, it taught me how to build a narrative out of these materials and bring to light the stories of people who are often overlooked.
Now, as a member of Metro Analytics, I am a junior historian on the HEAL team, bringing together my background in history as well as my curatorial experience to help prepare a digital exhibition to bring to light the story of underserved groups in the Raleigh area, and exploring how we can effectively alleviate their situation and create sustainable solutions. Along with this, I help the rest of the HEAL teamwork with archival materials, as well as help organize potential modes of oral history to be incorporated into the HEAL project.
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