Dana Stangel-Plowe is an educator, writer, and advocate. She first came to FAIR as a volunteer in early 2021. Before FAIR, she worked as an English teacher at a K-12 independent school, a teaching artist with the Children’s Shakespeare Theatre, and a litigation attorney with Debevoise & Plimpton. She earned her undergraduate degree in English from Cornell University, her MFA in creative writing/poetry from New York University, and a law degree from the George Washington Law School where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, reading, and playing Boggle with her family.
“The idea that all people who share the same group identity would also share the same interests, experiences, or beliefs is demeaning and dehumanizing to the unique human beings in that group.”
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