Tay Verville

2021/2022 Public Allies Fellow

Tay Verville

2021/2022 Public Allies Fellow

An advocate for unity, Tay embodies a philosophy of art & abolition, conversation & understanding, and critical & creative engagement. She spends most of her time connecting with nature and creating music. As a recent graduate of the University of Washington Bothell, Tay received degrees in American & Ethnic Studies, and Society, Ethics, & Human Behavior, with an emphasis in Human Rights, and Diversity Studies. By trade, Tay is a community organizer with centralized principles in abolition, labor organizing, community-political advocacy, and civic education. Tay believes that it is imperative to empower our youth to use their voices to uplift themselves and their communities. By passion, Tay is an artist who strives to hold space in the intersection between art and education. Tay believes that connecting the heart to the mind is one of the most powerful tools when building stable and long-term resonance. In her position at Eagle Rock, she looks forward to collaborating with youth and instructors to build innovative and impactful programs that target oppressive structures and dismantling single-sided historical narratives.


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My rock is quite literally a rock. Nature is my safe space.