My background includes training in public programming, archives management, exhibit research and design, community outreach, museum administration, and the digital humanities among other skills. As a historian, my knowledge base is varied, but includes research in community histories, urban history, labor history, intellectual history, African-American history and popular culture. My current research interests include the intellectual lives of hobos, and the history of the field trip.
Loyola University Chicago, MA in Public History, 2018
Museum management, archives administration, oral history, historic preservation, digital media, urban history, cultural history
Additional work towards joint PhD in U.S. History and Public History with teaching experience
Duke University, Certificate in Nonprofit Management, 2016
Nonprofit administration, bookkeeping, grant writing, outreach, human resources, nonprofit law, and strategic planning.
University of North Carolina, BA in American Studies + Urban History (IDST), 2015.
Graduated with Honors and Highest Distinction, Phi Beta Kappa
International Preservation Studies Center, Advanced certificate in Preservation of Gravestones and Cemetery Monuments, 2014