I am an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley in the Interdisciplinary Human Rights Minor. I am interested in how right-based dialogue can be used to motivate policy to protect human and civil rights for homeless and underserved populations. I firmly believe in using human rights as both an ethical framework and legal obligation in designing, implementing, and evaluating public health programs and policies. I am in the process of writing my Thesis, entitled "The Human Right to Housing: Challenges and hopes for mitigating homelessness in the United States".
I am an artist and designer with over ten years of experience as a hands-on interface designer in an educational setting. I have expert knowledge of how design can facilitate interaction, and a solid understanding of the possibilities in education design. I have written half a dozen art-science exhibition grant projects. In this role I functioned as a concept developer at a major institution and the projects were directed at government agencies. I have also negotiated with city offices as an independent contractor. As a curator and events manager I have a long record of successful programs created for major institutions, as well as small groups and individual projects. Since 2007 I have produced some 20 live music events to audience and critical acclaim, while also hosting dozens of screenings, workshops, talks and reading events. I am myself an designer and artist, and I have exhibited in commercial, alternative and civic galleries since 1995. art and science exhibitry, curatorship, interaction design, public art design, strategic planning and project development, management for institutions, audience development, teaching and mentorship, social media promotion
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