I am a chaplain, clinician, and antiracism organizer and trainer. I live in Chicago, where I am completing my Master of Divinity at McCormick Theological Seminary and my Master in Social Work at the University of Chicago. My undergraduate studies were in Social Work and Spanish at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I have served on the boards of the Reformation Project and the Japanese American Citizens League.
On this site (still in construction!) you’ll find links to my teaching, writing, and other projects related to Bible, theology, diaspora, social work, LGBTQ family structures, mixed race identity, and more. I am interested in continuing to build experiences writing, teaching, and consulting with progressive institutions, churches, conferences working to diversify and decolonize these and other fields. For more professional review, please view my LinkedIn page.
Below you'll find some of my presentations and teachings.
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