I am currently completing my second M.A. degree in global development policy at Boston University, and I have a B.A. in music and anthropology from Rollins College, as well as an M.A. in ethnomusicology from Indiana University. I also have two years of work experience in the standardized test prep industry.
I have taught for a total of three years at the undergraduate level. I was a teaching assistant for three semesters at Indiana University, and taught both in-person and online music and subculture survey courses. I also worked as an adjunct professor for three semesters at Rollins College, where I developed and taught in-person and blended courses in anthropology and ethnomusicology. In addition, I have served as a volunteer math tutor at a local elementary school, and a private guitar instructor.
Boston University (Pardee School of Global Studies), Graduate Assistant
2016 - 2017
The Princeton Review, Operations Coordinator/Administrative Assistant
2014 - 2016
Rollins College (Department of Anthropology), Adjunct Professor
2013 - 2014
-Introduction to Ethnomusicology (in-person and blended)
-Introduction to Anthropology (in-person)
Indiana University (Ethnomusicology Institute), Associate Instructor
2011 - 2012
-Socioeconomic Survey of Hip-Hop (online)
-Popular Music and Subculture (in-person)