Moe Whitcomb (they/he) is an artist and writer living on Haudenosaunee and Kanienkehaka land, also known as Albany, New York. They have presented at a variety of conferences on topics such as trauma, incarceration, sexual assault advocacy for LGBTQAI+ victims/survivors, and prison abolition. Most recently they presented at the End Violence Against Women International Conference about incarceration as a form of trauma. Moe previously worked as a Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Counselor, providing systems advocacy and direct support to victims/survivors of sexual violence in New York State Prisons. Moe is the Outreach and Communication Chair for the Justice Studies Association and is a Council Member and Secretary of the New York Civil Liberties Union – Capital Region Chapter. Moe is currently earning a degree in Paralegal Studies and is interested in art as healing as well as the intersections between sexual violence, abolition, and liberation.