My work is grounded in my commitment to build brave spaces of critical thinking, belonging, and transformation as interventions to injustice and violence. I do this by conducting research, teaching, and organizing in ways that uplift the experiences and wisdom of youth, womxn of color, and queer communities in sacred, secular, and academic spaces.
With nearly a decade of experience as a minister, youth organizer, researcher, high school teacher, and adjunct professor, my professional purpose is to advance theories, theologies, and praxes that center underrepresented communities and hold our institutions accountable to them. My forthcoming scholarship specifically engages the connections between religion, race, and sexuality among Asian Americans and religious institutions.
In my spare time, I’m doing yoga, reading fiction, trying to keep up with my shiba inu puppy, or eating my way through the Bay Area.
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