OUFORUM Newsmagazine, Founder & Editor-in-Chief

A student-run monthly newsmagazine. Each issue has a theme and includes student and professor contributions including essays, research, artwork, poetry, and more. (Past themes include Disrupting Racism at OU, Mental Health at OU, and Native American Identity at OU). 4000+ readers, 200+ media followers; awarded “Best Community” and “Fan Favorite” in OU Creaties 2016



H.O.P.E. Student Awareness, Founder

A video curriculum for students by students, empowering them to eradicate human trafficking. It is accompanied by an educators’ guide. HOPE focuses on sex trafficking in the United States. Labor trafficking is also a large issue in both Oklahoma and the United States. (Click the see list of all 23 videos.)



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Off the Market Symposium, Founder

An annual event at the University of Oklahoma, co-sponsored by 12 departments, committed to raising awareness of human trafficking. During each event, a group of insightful local and national speakers seek to simply and practically answer the question, “What can we do to help?” Past speakers have included the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics Human Trafficking Unit, survivors of Oklahoman trafficking, and global trafficking expert Dr. Kevin Bales.