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I am a public affairs professional based in the San Francisco Bay Area. I have a Master in Public Affairs from the University of San Francisco and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and English from Loyola Marymount University. Throughout my collegiate and professional career, I have had the opportunity to do research and write in many different forms; ranging from policy papers, personal essays, to content for voter communication. My areas of expertise include social justice, sexual violence and sexual violence policy, as well as public policy. I approach my writings with a sociological, feminist, and anti-oppression analysis.
Jack Ori is a freelance writer, novelist, and life coach who uses his life experiences and writing skills to help young people and their families deal with serious problems and transition to successful, independent and fulfilling lives. He holds an MFA from the University of Southern California, a Masters in Mental Health Counseling from the New School of Social Research, and a Masters in Social Work from Columbia University.
Sandra holds a degree in psychology and a minor in political science from the University of Houston. As a contributor and on-air talent expert for StudioD, her work has appeared on websites such as Livestrong, eHow, Global Post, Modern Mom, and The Classroom. She has a rich, diverse background working in the mental health and teaching fields. She is also a screenwriter, actor, and former corporate language trainer. Her screenplay, “Hyde Park,” received an honorable mention in the Fort Bend Writer's Guild First Ten Screenplay and Novel Competition. In 2009, Sandra was awarded a poetry fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center, and her short story, “Running on Fumes in 1999,” was published by Crack the Spine Literary Magazine in May 2014. She was a quarter-finalist and semi-finalist for the 2016 Mary Ballard Poetry Prize. Additionally, Sandra's feature script “Article V” was an official selection of the 2015 Oaxaca Film Festival.
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