Oversight Tools

I designed this graphic to complement CAC’s existing work about the historical and legal precedent for congressional oversight.

Title VII’s Prohibition

I designed this graphic as part of social media messaging to promote CAC’s brief in a consolidated Supreme Court case in which the court considered whether Title VII—the federal law that prohibits employment discrimination “because of … sex”—prohibits discrimination against individuals because of their sexual orientation or transgender status.

Ari Melber and Kristen Clarke

Photographed at the Constitutional Accountability Center’s Sixth Annual Home Stretch at the Supreme Court event. More photos from the event available here.

CAC Celebrates Women’s History Month

I wrote and produced this video commemorating Women’s History Month for the Constitutional Accountability Center. It was shared on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram. To read the script, click here.

Fauxriginalism

I proposed the idea for CAC’s “Fauxriginalism” social media campaign after a colleague coined the word while addressing the audience at the 2018 Lavender Law Legal Conference. I approached my team with the idea of creating a concrete definition to shine a light on legal scholars who claim that they practice constitutional originalism—a legal philosophy that the words […]

The Basics of Congressional Oversight

I designed this graphic as part of social media messaging to promote the release of CAC’s ISSUE BRIEF: The Historical and Legal Basis for the Exercise of Congressional Oversight Authority.

Defend the Affordable Care Act

I designed this graphic as part of social media messaging to elevate CAC’s involvement in Members of Congress’ lawsuit to protect the Affordable Care Act.