Sonia's research focuses on the narrative strategies employed by contemporary feminists and reproductive justice activists. She is interested in how social movement groups wield media technologies, both online and offline, to build community, infiltrate dominant public spheres, and harness political power.
Sonia earned a combined B.A. in Communication and Sociology from Northeastern University, with a focus on social movement communication. Her work as a student organizer provided space for praxis, especially around media strategy and messaging. She has also spent time in Northern Ireland working on a community art initiative that explores migration, identity, and inclusion through audio/visual narrative. Her work has been published in the Journal of Communication Inquiry and on OpenDemocracy.net. Originally from Warsaw, Poland, Sonia has spent the past several years living in Boston.