As BISC’s Communications Manager, Devin develops communications materials and digital assets on how ballot measures work to strengthen democracy and advance intersectional justice.
Devin became passionate about the power of direct democracy during her time as a student in Oklahoma, where she worked on several local and state-level campaigns to advance healthcare access, elect progressive women to public office, and expand economic opportunity for underrepresented communities. She began her career in communications as a reporter and columnist for The Oklahoma Daily, where she wrote about issues of gender and racial equity on campus. Prior to joining BISC, she also served on the communications teams at Sally’s List and at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, where she focused on reducing poverty and inequality.
A first-generation college student, Devin graduated from the University of Oklahoma with dual degrees in Journalism and International Area Studies. She now lives in Washington, DC, and enjoys spending her free time outdoors with a good book or scoping out different comedy venues and live music spots in the city.