Ecram is a dedicated advocate for social justice and labor rights, with a strong passion for helping marginalized communities. As a first-generation American and native of Washington D.C., she brings a unique perspective to her work. She holds a B.A. in Criminal Justice with a minor in Philosophy, reflecting her commitment to understanding the complexities of the justice system and exploring ethical perspectives. Her commitment to prison abolition and creating a more equitable society is evident in her work and personal values. Having interned at Voices Unbarred, she had the privilege of contributing to the organization’s mission of amplifying the voices of returning citizens. She also assisted in organizing and facilitating theater performances that showcased the experiences and challenges faced by individuals impacted by incarceration. While working events at Politics and Prose, she attended a talk by labor organizer Saket Soni, author of The Great Escape and became interested in the labor rights movement and decided to seek out opportunities in the field. She is driven by a genuine desire to make a positive impact in the lives of others and to create a future where every individual, regardless of their past, can find support, opportunity, and a chance to thrive.