I currently work in the Acquisitions department at the State University of New York Press as an Editorial Assistant, where I work with authors and editors to publish scholarship in the fields of history, politics, religion, and more.
I have experience in writing, editing, curatorial practice, teaching, web development, and event management. I am interested in the intellectual and physical spaces in which the past and present collide. In my personal work, I focus especially on writing history for digital and print media and examining the role of the activist-scholar through public history and public memory projects.
I recently graduated from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst with a Master of Arts in History and a Graduate Certificate in Public History. My fields of study included museum studies, digital humanities, United States history, and global history. I completed my undergraduate study at Mount Holyoke College in 2013, with majors in history and environmental studies.