Meet the Racial Justice Committee!
Updated: Apr 25
This website was built with the help of talented, dedicated youth. Read more to get to know the members of the Racial Justice Committee!
Destiny Williams is a native of Muscatine, Iowa. She is currently working to receive her Associates Degree in Liberal Arts through Muscatine Community College. She loves reading, writing, knitting, and dancing around her living room with her puppy, Bay.
Much like her amazing family, she is a hard advocate for human rights and believes that all people deserve to be celebrated. "I’m so excited to be a part of the Racial Equity Committee!" Williams expressed. "I hope that the information provided serves our community well and allows us to grow together!"
Daniel Salazar is a student at Muscatine Community College pursuing a degree in Education. He is the current student body president of MCC. He is also involved in LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens), which is one of the oldest civil rights organizations in the country and fights for the betterment of the LatinX community. Daniel is an active citizen in Muscatine and participates in theater productions, political activism, and volunteering. He plans to continue helping the community as much as possible through his work on the committee.
Meghan Custis is a student at Iowa State University pursuing degrees in Public Relations and Technical Communications. She works as an intern for the Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine and loves working to better the Muscatine Community. She also works as a research assistant for ISU Extension and Outreach.
Meghan enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, and exploring the great outdoors. She is committed to working with the committee to create a community platform that promotes diversity and inclusion in the Muscatine community.