Summit Speaker Announcement: MONTIA DANIELS
We are delighted to announce Montia Daniels as a speaker for the 2021 NC Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Summit!
Montia Daniels is a junior at UNC-Chapel Hill, and she’s double majoring in Women’s and Gender Studies and Media and Journalism in the Hussman School of Media and Journalism. She has recently been accepted to the McNair Scholars Program, which prepares first-generation, low-income, and/or underrepresented students for admission into Ph.D. programs. Her research interest includes Black feminist theory and health outcomes of Black women. She is also an NC Fellow and the program that focuses on enhancing leadership skills. During her time at UNC, she’s been the First Year Chair and Co-President of the Sexuality and Gender Alliance, a Daily Tar Heel staff writer, and a Moxie Scholar. During her time as a Moxie Scholar, she interned at the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault and worked on Emergent Space: Finding an Alternative, presented at the Young Advocates Institute, and met with faculty and staff. She currently works with NCCASA on the Supporting Survivors Reentry Project that strives to improve resources for formerly incarcerated individuals.
Presentation title: “Emergent Space: Co-Creating the Container for Cultural Change.”