I live to tell stories…especially the ones that matter. I started working as an educator, and spent two years working globally as a professional artist. I then got into NGO marketing and communications, telling stories about some of the world’s biggest crises. I eventually ended up at the UN Refugee Agency, where I spent 3 years working on refugee innovations and narratives. After a year at MIT as an Innovation and Global Leadership Fellow, I co-founded Uncomfortable Revolution, a social enterprise that wants to use media and narratives to make our societies more inclusive and accessible. Our theory of change is simple: media representation matters in the battle for equality and inclusion.