I received my B.A. from Harvard University, graduating magna cum laude from the honors History and Literature program. After living and working in London and New York, I returned to graduate school in order to pursue a doctorate in history at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor.
Teaching has always been an important part of my life. In addition to my current teaching responsibilities as a graduate instructor, I’ve lead studio art classes at a children’s museum, trained young violinists, and educated high school students about American government during Model Congress conferences. I’m always excited to meet new students and help them achieve their goals!
When I’m not in the archive or the library, I enjoy wandering around art museums, going to concerts with friends, and traveling off the beaten path. I’ve also started hiking and recently completed the Camino de Santiago, a 550 mile walk across Northern Spain.