I Made That!

Shifting Gears

I am undergoing a big career change! This page will always be here to show off what I’ve already done and to keep track of new skills I gain. I promise it will get much fancier down the line.

Stuff I’m Proud Of

Social & Marketing

Temp logo made in MS Word

Event Planning

Curriculum, Programming, & Community

NOBAR$: Neighbors Organized for a Bond Adjustment & Reduction Strategy Because justice shouldn't depend on how much you can pay!

I made this in Google Docs



Administrative Systems

Research & Evaluation

Race & Pedagogy Workshop Highlights

Media Appearances

Conference Presentation, Workshop, & Guest Lecture Highlights

  • March 2017. Introducing: The Op-Ed, parts 1 & 2. Guest lecture series in UEP 301 – Urban Politics & Policy, Occidental College. Professor Virginia Parks, PhD.
  • Jones, A.M. How Homeless Youth Navigate Multiple Marginalizations. Digital poster. American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.
    • Member of the first cohort of digital poster presenters at ASA.
  • Das, A., Jones, A.M., Hoffman, C. (January 2015). Beyond Description: A Workshop on Moving from Description to Analysis in Qualitative Social Work Research. Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR), New Orleans, LA.
    • Workshop featured notable social work scholars Deborah Padgett, PhD; Jane Gilgun, PhD; & Karen Staller, PhD.

Research In-Progress

Jones, A.M. (Dissertation proposal in progress). It’s Complicated:The Relationship Between Structural Violence in Youth Homelessness Policy and the Lives of LGBTQ+ Youth Experiencing Homelessness.

Jones, A.M. (In progress). Exploring the Utility of Youth Participatory Action Research with LGBTQ Youth Experiencing Homelessness.

Jones, A.M. (In progress). Paradox of Invisibility: Stories of Marginalization from Youth Experiencing Homelessness.

Skills Summary

Table of Professional Skills

Fun Stuff!

Editorial Advisor to Ife Olatunji of Freedom Lover Films, Chronicles of the Summer documentary of three young Black girls living in Chicago’s South Shore neighborhood.
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