Architecture & Social Work
My goal is to reduce racial and economic disparities that create barriers for quality health care as well as to promote family stability, tolerance, empathy and self-discovery. I have a Doctorate in Social Work and work as a hospital social worker in Maplewood, MN. I spent eight years traveling globally and living in disaster relief, minority, spiritual, military, or chronic illness settings learning about the lives of survivors. As a licensed social worker and interfaith minister, I work with people going through challenging life transitions and emotional upheaval, emphasizing coping mechanisms for stress reduction. If you have a history of trauma, unresolved grief, burnout, identity confusion, loneliness, or self-doubt, please reach out.