Loyola University Chicago, MA in Public History 

*previously enrolled in joint PhD in U.S. History/Public History program

Museum and archives administration, project management, oral history, exhibit curation, historic preservation, digital media, urban history, cultural history

Teaching experience as PhD student/Junior Professor: American Pluralism (race, class, gender, religion), World Civilizations II, and U.S. History 1865-present 

Duke University, Certificate in Nonprofit Management

Nonprofit administration, nonprofit bookkeeping, grant writing/making, outreach, human resources, nonprofit law and compliance, fundraising, board and donor engagement, and strategic planning

Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, BA in American Studies and Urban History (IDST)

Graduated with highest distinction (summa cum laude), Honors, Phi Beta Kappa

Classwork in American Studies, film, comparative literature, folklore, art history, religion, urban history, political science, Black history, geography, global studies, and anthropology

International Preservation Studies Center, Advanced certificate in Preservation of Gravestones and Cemetery Monuments