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Micaela Suminski

MA Candidate: The intersection of Critical Disaster Studies with Place-Based Documentary Storytelling

Graduate Assistant - STAC (Science, Technology, Arts, and Creativity)

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Micaela Suminski is the Graduate Assistant for STAC, a proud member of UAW Local 2110, and a first-year graduate student at Gallatin, where she is studying the intersection of Critical Disaster Studies with place-based documentary storytelling. Micaela holds a BA in Urban Studies, a minor in African and African American Studies, and honors in Education from Stanford University. Prior to Gallatin, Micaela worked for four years in Washington, D.C., where her side projects included hosting bar trivia every Tuesday night, religiously watching Sixers games, and starting an independent city planning publication called Place magazine. Her favorite filmmakers are Bong Joon Ho and Agnès Varda, and her favorite band is the Grateful Dead, whom she most often listens to while biking around the city on her old blue Ross steel frame road bike.

Micaela Suminski