KYIXteam

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Project Manager

Sage Carson is the Project Manager of Know Your IX. She began working with KYIX in 2015 to successfully defeat a mandatory police referral bill in Delaware. Sage has worked and volunteered as an advocate for survivors of gender violence in the criminal legal system, on campus, and in her community. She previously worked as the campaign coordinator for She Decide Delaware, where she successfully passed a bill that codified Roe v. Wade into the Delaware state code. She is a recent graduate of the University of Delaware where she studied Anthropology and Women and Gender Studies with a concentration in Domestic Violence Prevention and Services.

She is based in Washington D.C. and you can find her on twitter at @Sage_Gaea


State Organizers

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Elizabeth Boyle is a sophomore at the University of Notre Dame where she studies Political Science, Peace Studies, and International Development.  At Notre Dame she serves as a seminar leader at the Center for Social Concerns, the Public Relations Commissioner for the Gender Relations department of Student Government, and the co-President of the Model United Nations Club.  Outside of working with Know Your IX, Elizabeth enjoys singing with the Notre Dame Folk Choir, hiking through Utah, and spending hours exploring NYC.

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Alyssa Peterson is an alumna of Georgetown University where she served in student government, as a Sexual Assault Peer Educator, and as a member of the university-run Sexual Assault Working Group. Prior to graduation, she served as a policy analyst in the Office of Vice President Biden. Today she’s a student at Yale Law School, interested in the intersections of violence and poverty.

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Sejal Singh is a State and Federal Organizer at Know Your IX. Sejal joined the Title IX movement as a student at Columbia University. She’s organized with Know Your IX since 2015, where she co-authored our State Policy Playbook and has worked to defeat anti-survivor legislation across the country. Today, she is a columnist at Feministing and a student at Harvard Law School, where her work focuses on ending barriers to education and workplace justice. Find her on Twitter at @Sej_Singh.

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Monica Sobrin is a graduate of Fordham University, where she studied English, History, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Currently, she serves as a Legislative Assistant in the New York City Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence and Regional Adviser for It’s On Us. Monica has a passion for intersectional feminism, queer theory, intentional living, and classical Indian Kathak dance. When she’s not protesting on weekends, she enjoys taking long walks along the Hudson River and feeding her guinea pigs far more celery sticks than any animal should be able to consume.


Campus Organizers

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Faith Ferber is a senior at American University double majoring in Psychology and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. On campus she founded the AU Students Against Sexual Violence club and created the first draft of AU’s mandatory sexual assault prevention education program. Faith is passionate about educating others on consent and interrupting the sexual abuse to prison pipeline. When she’s not smashing the patriarchy, you can find Faith being too competitive playing Mario Kart or narrating the thoughts of dogs.

Lupita Gonzalez is an undergraduate student at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota studying English. During her sophomore year, she led the first charge by students in recent memory to review university practices around sexual misconduct reporting and Title IX procedures. She is a member of the university’s planning committee for sexual assault awareness month where she works with other student activists and university officials on sexual assault and harassment education and advocacy. When she is not fighting the patriarchy, she loves to read, write, watch documentaries, and spend time with her nieces and nephew. You can find her on twitter at @ligonz14

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Jade Martinez is a student at the University of Notre Dame studying Political Science. On her campus, she works to increase equity in educational opportunities through the Balfour Hesburgh Scholars Program, and improve health-related resources through Student Government. She’s very excited to work for KYIX as a campus organizer.


Development and Communications Team

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Megan Magray is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, where she majored in gender studies and minored in English literature and communication design. While in St. Louis, she served as editor-in-chief of her college newspaper and interned for ALIVE Magazine, LaunchCode, and Coolfire Studios. She tweets about Jane the Virgin, creative inspiration, and injustice at @megkmag

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Leah Soule is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College, where she majored in Political Science and Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies. Leah is passionate about all issues pertaining to body autonomy including gendered violence and reproductive rights. She tweets at @Souleleah.


Co-Founders

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Dana Bolger, Board President, is a co-founder of Know Your IX, senior editor at Feministing.com, and student at Yale Law School. She’s testified twice before the U.S. Senate and her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Nation, MSNBC, and Al Jazeera. You can find her on Twitter at @danabolger.

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Alexandra Brodsky, Board Chair, is a co-founder of Know Your IX, for which she served as co-director for over two years. She got involved with Title IX work as an undergraduate at Yale when she and 15 friends filed a complaint against the university. Now, Alexandra is an editor at Feministing.com and a Skadden fellow at a D.C. nonprofit. Her writing has appeared in publications including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, POLITICO Magazine, The Nation, the Atlantic, and Dissent. She tweets as @azbrodsky.


Know Your IX Board

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Dana Bolger (see Co-Founder, Policy and Advocacy Coordinator)

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Alexandra Brodsky (see Co-Founder)

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Suzanna Bobadilla graduated from Harvard University in May 2013, where she majored in American History and Literature and worked at Harvard’s Women Center. She’s Interviews Contributor at Feministing.com, a KYIX ED ACT NOW alum, and is learning how to be an adult in San Francisco!

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Shelby Knox is nationally known as the subject of the Sundance award-winning film, The Education of Shelby Knox, a 2005 documentary chronicling her teenage activism for comprehensive sex education and gay rights in her Southern Baptist community. She travels across the country as an itinerant feminist organizer, doing trainings, workshops and civil disobedience in the name of reproductive justice and sexual health.

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Kate Jae Sun Sim became involved with Title IX as an undergraduate at Harvard when she founded and led the Our Harvard Can Do Better campaign to change its sexual assault policy and increase campus resources for survivors. After graduating in 2014, she spent a year overseeing a campus sexual violence awareness project at a rape crisis center in Seoul, South Korea. She is now a master’s student researching the intersections of big data, child abuse, and policy at the University of Oxford. Formerly an ED ACT NOW organizer, she now serves Know Your IX as a board member. She tweets as @katejsim.

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Cari Simon is a victims’ rights attorney with the Fierberg National Law Group, PLLC. She graduated from Harvard Law School, cum laude and was the President of the Harvard Women’s Law Association and Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Journal on Law & Gender.

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Wagatwe Wanjuki is a survivor, writer, and activist who began doing anti-violence work when she co-lead the start of the movement to improve the sexual assault policy at Tufts University. Her writing on campus sexual violence has appeared on various sites and publications, including Feministing, Campus Progress, RH Reality Check, and The American Prospect.