I have worked in education for the past twenty-six years. At the age of eleven, I began volunteering in my younger brother’s classroom, then helping my mom homeschool my younger. Now at 36, I have worked as an educator across various contexts: public high schools, museums, universities, libraries, and more.
The archive below includes programing from 2020 onward. I will backfill this archive as the year progresses.
For the 2021-2022 school year, I am an adjunct at the School of Visual Arts - MFA Fine Arts (2016–present) and The Cooper Union (2022-present). In 2021, I was a Core Critic at Yale School of Art - MFA Painting and Printmaking as well as a Program Mentor for the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s low-residency MFA Program (2021–present). Additionally, for the 2021–22 school year, I am the inaugural Douglass Discovery Arts Fellow at Rutgers University’s Douglass Residential College and Mason Gross School of Arts.