I’m a researcher, writer, and current doctoral student at George Mason University.
I’m passionate about teaching and learning. Even as a little girl, I would make my younger sisters fill out worksheets and do practice problems. I’ve always loved school, and I’ve especially loved thinking about how people learn and how we can better facilitate that. When I realized in college that I could do that forever, I was ecstatic! I’ve been a scholar in higher education ever since then.
I worked in faculty development for three years before returning to the classroom as a graduate student–first at Elon University, and now at George Mason.
You’ll find here my thoughts on all the things I can’t stop thinking about: the scholarship of teaching and learning, student-faculty partnership, educational development, and the things that intersect all three: power, identity, and higher education as a whole. Check out my CV for all of my professional details: