I am a freelance empowerment artist. I specialize in print & digital media surrounding social justice, mental health, and survivor advocacy for womxn, BIPOC, and other marginalized and underrepresented communities.
I identify as Chicana/Latina and use the pronouns she/her/hers.
I currently work as a Graphic Designer for ACLU SoCal and as a Creative Director, Graphic Designer, and Illustrator for LunaYou, a maternal health nonprofit for BIWOC in Rhode Island. I am passionate about creating change within my community through the distribution of free and accessible resources. I look forward to continuing in community-oriented art and social advocacy.
M.S.W, Boston University (in progress)
B.A. Studio Art, University of California, Riverside (2015-2018)
Subject Areas: Public Art, Community Art, Latinx Art History
B.A. Media & Cultural Studies, University of California, Riverside (2015-2018)
Subject Areas: Ecofeminism, Anthropocene, Media Analysis
During my time at UCR, I was a recipient of UC Riverside’s Healthy Campus Initiative grant, which enabled me to distribute empowerment-geared art to survivors of sexual violence and create hand-drawn and hand-lettered coloring books as a resource across various campus centers. Some of these centers included Counseling and Psychological Services, Women’s Resource Center, and CARE (Campus Advocacy, Resources & Education).
ACLU of Southern California | ACLU of Northern California | GlobalGiving | Business Innovation Factory | LunaYou | University of California, Riverside | California State University Dominguez Hills | Alpha Pi Sigma | California Common Cause | Bia-Echo Foundation | The Buck Institute
UI Design | Branding | Graphic Design | Illustration | Hand-Lettering | Calligraphy | Marketing | Management | Customer Service | Intro HTML | Communications | Social Media
Photoshop | Illustrator | Adobe Draw | InDesign | Dreamweaver | Premiere Pro