I am a PhD student with a Masters in Education with professional experience studying, conducting, and publishing research in the social sciences and teaching. My previous career was in the criminal justice field; as such, I have a pretty thorough background in Criminology, Criminalistics, and Criminal Justice as well.
Topical areas include: research methodology; reading and writing about research; anthropology; sociology; criminology; english and literature; international development economics; ethics; development and community psychology;
I have held various positions as a disability aide and educator (mostly of undergraduate students), starting in 2010. My professional positions have often involved evaluating high school and college students and I have experience hiring, interviewing, training, and reviewing student interns for a government agency.
NA, Freelance Editor
2016 - Present
Format, edit, and proofread both academic and professional documents; Produce documents, reports, and professional communications; Analyze and produce data reports
Vanderbilt University, Team Lead and other Research Assistant Positions
2017 - 2019
Lead and/or assist in various medical, social sciences, and economic research projects that included conducting field research, writing research articles and systematic literature reviews, data analysis, grant and IRB application preparation, and program evaluation.
Local Law Enforcement Agency, Various positions
2013 - 2016
Create and manage databases; produce reports and publications; gather, analyze, and report on data; create training manuals; coordinate nationally with law enforcement agencies; run background checks; conduct criminal investigations; prepare legal documents for trial; conduct hiring procedures of employees and of student interns