Flor Khan is a writer and poet from Los Angeles, California. She received her Master’s degree from San Francisco State University in Education, with a concentration in Equity and Social Justice. Her research interests examine the intersectionality of student achievement, social stratification, and migration. In 2014, she was awarded the Sally Casanova Fellowship for her research on urban education reform and criminalization of inner-city youth. Flor has taught in a wide range of non-traditional educational environments, working primarily with incarcerated youth, refugees, and students with special needs. Currently, she has shifted her focus towards working in higher education, building curriculum centered on language acquisition and academic discourse. She is interested in using writing and the creative arts as a platform for social change.