About the Author

Hi there! If you’re reading this, you’re probably wondering who I am and why you should listen to me. (It’s a fair cop.) So here’s a little about me: I’m an advocate, educator, and activist with degrees in law and social work. By day, I help connect people to health-related social needs, which means I do a lot of work on housing, immigration, and other social fundamentals that we all need to thrive. By night, I fight crime–nah, just kidding; I write the NNR and the related essays you see cataloged here.

Why the NNR? Well, I want to do everything I can to help folks stay informed, connected, and empowered during this difficult time, and this project lets me put work I already do to good use. Plus, I get to snark about the news and current administration. Everyone wins!