As the Tzedek Fellow for the Center for Gender and Relationships at Warren Wilson College, Bass provided programming and community education on a variety of topics. He acted as the primary advocate for students filing Title IX reports and offered individual support to students of diverse sexuality and gender identities. His year as a Tzedek Fellow provided many opportunities for networking and growth in social justice work. Bass’ passion for activism and advocacy continue to inform his work at both Our VOICE –the Rape Crisis Center of Buncombe County– and at Warren Wilson College as the Program Coordinator for Spiritual Life. One of his strengths in social justice work is being present with other people and offering support as they navigate their journeys. He believes that creativity has a particularly important place in the movement as healing and as resistance.