My work focuses on strategy, training, facilitation, coaching and creative projects that advance racial equity and social justice. I do this work as an independent consultant and artist, and as Manager of Arts & Racial Equity at the City of Seattle Race and Social Justice Initiative, a shared position between the Office of Arts & Culture and Office for Civil Rights. Since 2003, I have designed and facilitated arts-based alternatives to youth incarceration, including King County’s Creative Justice, which received a 2016 Americans for the Arts Public Art Network Year in Review Award. My artistic practice, like all of my work, honors the alchemic power of relationships – from meditative installations that organize my collection of loved, urban detritus to social projects that organize people to action for racial and social justice through performance, ritual, dialogue and object creation. I approach all of my work from my multiple positions as a white, Jewish, female artist and mother with Venezuelan cultural heritage.