I’m a New Orleans writer, teacher, and cultural historian. I’m currently working on a creative non-fiction/oral history project about race, industrialization and de-industrialization, and home making in The Lower Garden District.
I attained my PhD in English/American Studies from Boston College in 2011. I have a MA in English from the University of Rhode Island and a BA in Comparative Literature from NYU. I have 15 years of secondary and college-level teaching experience focusing on student-centered classrooms and community-engaged curricula.
I also write grants and do program evaluations for local non-profits. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.