Rae uses she/her pronouns and identifies as a survivor, a queer Asian American woman, a transracial adoptee, and an advocate and educator. Working in sexual violence prevention since 2015, Rae is committed to centering community accountability and anti-racist education in her work. She firmly believes in centering the labor and survivorship of queer BIWoC. Rae’s work focuses on the intersections of sexual and racial violence. She echos the calls of Black feminists who have always named the need to abolish prisons and policing- in all its forms. She holds a M.A. in Student Affairs Administration and is currently an Associate Director of Sexual Violence Prevention and Education at the University of Pennsylvania.