About

I recently completed my doctorate in English at Northeastern University with a dissertation on contemporary American literature and film. At Northeastern, I was the 2013-2014 recipient of Northeastern’s Humanities Center Fellowship, a program that brings interdisciplinary scholars together to engage the university community in conversations on this year’s theme, viral culture. I have over seven years of experience in higher education teaching, tutoring and curriculum development.

After graduation, I served as the temporary Program Administrator at the Graduate Consortium in Women’s Studies at M.I.T.

I am now an administrator at MIT’s Office of Digital Learning, working with fellow administrators, faculty, students, and designers to create open online educational environments for learners worldwide.

All of my work is driven by a passion to help foster community engagement and education in the arts and humanities.