Page Dukes joined the Southern Center for Human Rights as a communications intern in 2019 while finishing her dual BA in mass communications and philosophy and religion at Piedmont College. In May 2020, Page joined the SCHR staff as the Communications Associate.
During her time at Piedmont College, Page served as a Social Justice Fellow and received the James M. Cox, Jr. award for community journalism. She was released from prison in May 2017 after serving a mandatory ten-year sentence. She is a founding member of the Athens Reentry Collaborative, a support group for released people. Page interned at The Marshall Project in 2018, where she wrote and edited stories for the “Life Inside” series. She is active in raising awareness about the effects of incarceration, the need for restoration of rights and accurate media representation for incarcerated people, and amplifying the voices of incarcerated women.