Person-to-person interactions are a powerful force for social change, and so I enjoy creating spaces that facilitate meaningful connection and stimulating discussion.

In 2016, I created The Anti-Network with Frankie Bennett. We hosted a series of intimate discussions on abstract topics— ‘success’, ‘connection’, ‘loss‘, ‘change’, and the like—with the goal of facilitating open exchange between people who would be unlikely to cross paths otherwise. Attendees described the gatherings as "unexpected", "thought-provoking", and "supportively challenging".

Now, I am working with Veronica Enriquez on The Good Art Club, which will gather people to engage with and discuss art that addresses social issues and inspires activism.