Jasmine R. Linabary (Ph.D., Purdue University) is a researcher, educator, and consultant whose work centers on how to design more equitable and inclusive spaces for participation. She is currently an assistant professor at Emporia State University. Her research and teaching interests fall at the intersections of organizational communication, new media studies, and feminist theory. As an engaged scholar and teacher, Dr. Linabary is commited to working with communities and organizations. This is evidenced in her work as co-founder and director of the EAT Initaitive, a collaborative and interdisciplinary effort to combat food insecurity at ESU and in the greater Emporia community, for which she received the 2021 Service Engagement Award from the National Communication Association’s Organizational Communication Division. She previously served as the associate director of research and operations for the Purdue Peace Project (PPP), an initiative dedicated to locally led peacebuilding housed at Purdue University.