I am a Post-docoral Associate in Judaic Studies and History at Yale University. In my academic life, I specialize in the history of Europe and the State of Israel in the twentieth century. I completed my PhD in History at the University of California, Berkeley, where I advanced with distinction and I was the recipient of over fifteen fellowships and grants. Before graduate school, I graduated _Phi Beta Kappa_ and _magna cum laude_ from Columbia College at Columbia University, where I studied Art History and History.
I have been teaching and advising students for over ten years, helping them improve their writing, organizational, and analytical skills. I enjoy helping my students enter the graduate school of their dreams. I have taught courses on writing and research, as well as on the history of the Middle East, Europe from the Renaissance, and the history of gender and sexuality.
In addition to my academic and teaching career, I love to write op-eds and short essays, I enjoy intense workouts and good dance parties, and I am a binge reader of US news and International politics. I travel as much as possible and it is my goal to visit every country on earth before I die.