We are very lucky to have Marley Davis-Martin intern with us this year! Marley is a junior from Fairview High School in Boulder, CO and is working with the Cultures of Dignity team on marketing campaigns, outreach, and creating her own content for the website!
Meet Cultures of Dignity’s newest intern!
Cultures of Dignity: Tell us a little about yourself!
Marley: I go to Fairview High School and play volleyball, basketball, and run track. I live in Boulder with my parents and two dogs, Jasmine and Quincy.
CoD: Why did you reach out to Cultures of Dignity to be an intern?
Marley:I wanted to be part of something that creates change within and beyond my community, and this seemed like the perfect way to do it. I also worked with Rosalind on a Today Show segment before becoming an intern.
CoD: If you could have any superpower what would it be?
Marley: I would want the ability to read minds.
CoD: What projects are you working on with CoD?
Marley: I work on social media content and with different influencers for the company. I also create my own content for the blog and assist with other publications.
CoD: What is an issue you see in schools you want to fix?
Marley: Speaking up about important issues and speaking out matters; too often things are swept under the rug because they’re uncomfortable to talk about or no one cares enough to talk about them.