Kansas State Organize
Sarah Myose (they/them/theirs) is a non-binary, queer Asian-American artist-activist hailing from Wichita, Kansas. They graduated from Wichita State University with an Honors Baccalaureate degree with concentrations in studio art and sociology in Wichita, KS, where they developed an interest in social justice. While at Wichita State University, Sarah was involved in Sigma Psi Zeta Sorority, where they implemented initiatives to bring awareness to gender-based violence and civic engagement. Sarah began organizing work through storytelling and the arts and believes in the power of the arts to heal, liberate, and imagine a transformed future.
Sarah is currently working on a grassroots arts campaign to increase voter engagement among marginalized communities in Wichita through arts engagement, as a Community Fellow for Harvester Arts. They also serve as a volunteer advocate for the Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center. Sarah believes in the power of liberation through a Black Trans/Queer Feminist Lens and hopes to create bridges of solidarity between non-Black POC communities.
As a Kansas State Organizer, Sarah plans to continue empowering young folks by providing resources, research, and mentorship. They are excited to advocate for URGE’s agenda in centering LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC communities.
In their free time, Sarah loves to paint, read, watch Tiktoks, and take naps. They will always try everything – twice – and is continuously trying new foods, iced coffee, and trips to new cities.