Miranda Sullivan

Miranda Sullivan (she/her/hers) is the marketing and communications coordinator at Equal Justice Works.
Miranda joined Equal Justice Works as a recent graduate of Florida State University. She gained experience in college by working with publications in the Tallahassee area, which included a journalism internship with the English Department and shadowing a writer at the local newspaper, the Tallahassee Democrat. She also attained marketing knowledge through her work at Union Productions, the student events programming board. At Union Productions, she worked her way to become the director of marketing and public relations. In this role, she oversaw all marketing projects that the organization took on and delegated tasks accordingly amongst her team members. She is passionate about social justice, mental health, music, and media ecology.
Miranda holds a B.A. in English with a double major in International Affairs from Florida State University.

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Juliana Bauerle is the social media specialist at Equal Justice Works, where she drives the management and publishing of all content across our social media channels.

Juliana is a lifelong resident of Baltimore, Maryland. She previously worked at the National Aquarium, where she managed the institution’s social media presence and executed a strategy grounded in inspiring education and action. Before that, she/they completed internships at organizations like the Walters Art Museum and Maryland Art Place. She’s interested in film and television, contemporary art, social justice, and Internet culture.

Juliana earned a B.A. in Government and American Studies from Smith College. 

Lauren Wright is the brand manager at Equal Justice Works, where she upholds the organization’s brand through high-quality written and visual content.

Lauren began work at Equal Justice Works in 2016, as a Marketing & Communications assistant. She is a longtime D.C. resident with a variety of experience in arts and culture, including internships at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Smithsonian National Zoo’s migratory bird house, and other arts nonprofits. She is passionate about social justice, the environment, biking, and her community.

Lauren holds a B.A. from the Corcoran College of Art & Design in Washington, D.C.

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Heena Patel is the director of marketing and communications at Equal Justice Works, where she is responsible for coordinating all media inquiries and communications outreach.

Heena brings over six years of communications experience working for a variety of mission-minded organizations. Most recently she served as the communications director for the Society for Women’s Health Research, where she was responsible for overseeing marketing and communications initiatives for the organization. Previously, she worked as a communications associate at American Councils for International Education. Heena brings a breadth of skills and expertise, including developing communications strategies, media relations training, and website development.

Heena earned her B.A. from The George Washington University and her M.S. from the University of Amsterdam.

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Sarah Lackritz (she/her/hers) is the vice president of marketing and communications at Equal Justice Works. The MarComm team at Equal Justice Works is responsible for building awareness and understanding of the organization’s work to facilitate opportunities for lawyers to transform their passion for equal justice into a lifelong commitment to public service.

Sarah is an integrated marketing and communications strategist who has spent her career advising companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100 brands, as well as trade associations and nonprofit organizations. She has a passion for building and enhancing brand reputation to drive business goals while reinforcing the mission and vision of the organization. She joined Equal Justice Works from Burson-Marsteller (now BCW Global), a global PR and integrated marketing agency, where she advised clients including Ford Motor Company, Johnson & Johnson, and Discover Financial Services.

Sarah received her M.B.A with a marketing focus from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and her B.A. in Linguistic Anthropology from Brandeis University. Sarah also serves as an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies where she has taught courses including Digital Marketing and Brand Concept.