Taifha Natalee Alexander currently serves as the CRT Forward Project Director at UCLA School of Law Critical Race Studies Program. She graduated, with honors, from both Georgetown Law and UCLA School of Law. Taifha has over twelve years of experience in higher education. Her legal studies and research are focused at the intersection of law, critical race studies, higher education, social justice, and equity. While a law student at Georgetown, Taifha’s article, We Cant Breathe: How Top Law Schools Can Resuscitate an Inclusive Climate for Minority and Low-Income Students, was published in the Georgetown Journal of Modern Critical Race Perspectives. Since earning her JD, Taifha has served in roles at University of South Carolina Aiken, UCLA, and Wofford College, to manifest the recommendations she put forth in her article. Taifha’s commitment to equity, justice, and anti-racism was fostered at St. John’s University in Queens, NY, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies.