RESEARCH MENTORSHIP: MY COMMITMENT
My hope is to co-create a lab space that cultivates courageous, engaging, and meaningful dialogue where we can learn with and from one another. I welcome the knowledge and experience that everyone brings into this community. My social positionality, particularly but not limited to, my interlocking identities as a white heterosexual cisgender woman with economic resources, has shaped my perspective of the world including health and well-being. I am committed to engaging in ongoing self-reflection to identify, acknowledge, and mitigate the ways in which my privilege shows up and can perpetuate harm in spaces. My positionality necessitates humility, perspective-tasking, and collaboration in the pursuit of health equity.