Sky is the Program Manager for the TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund and Legal Network for Gender Equity at the National Women’s Law Center. She is responsible for creating trauma-informed material that supports survivors of sexual harassment and sex discrimination and manages the day-to-day operations of the intake process.

Prior to joining the National Women’s Law Center, Sky was a research fellow at the American Voices Project, a national study interested in how policies are impacting individuals across the country. Sky held an essential role in spearheading the project’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee, which focused on providing training and leadership development to fellows and staff members. Throughout her graduate experience, Sky’s work at the NYC Anti-Violence Project and the Harlem Health Promotion Center focused on creating and leading several program initiatives for survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence.

Sky received her Master’s in Social Work from Columbia University and a B.A in Anthropology and Gender Studies from Bard College. She is interested in using her social work background and project management skills to promote gender and racial equity.

In her free time, Sky enjoys visiting museums, researching new recipes, and spending time with her family and loved ones.