Nicole joins Impact Justice from Capitol Hill, where she worked as a legislative assistant on gender, civil rights, education, and children’s issues for a member of Congress.
Nicole graduated magna cum laude from California State University, Chico with a B.A. in political science, women’s studies, and social science. During her time at CSU Chico, Nicole held several positions at the statewide and campus level where she advocated for access and equity in the California State University system.
She comes to Impact Justice with a passion and commitment to intersectional and dynamic approaches to issues of inequity and social justice. In addition to her work in higher education advocacy, Nicole has conducted research exploring the relationship between gender and recidivism under the implementation of Alternative Custody Supervision in Butte County, CA.