I’m a deeply committed teacher who believes that engaged teaching can create new opportunities for students. I am constantly working to improve my teaching, and to effectively foster student learning and engagement through the lens of inclusion.

At St. Mary’s University, I co-founded the Community for Teaching and Learning, and co-directed it for 3 years. I am involved in committees focusing on creating a First Year Seminar, and spearheaded the successful revamp of the Theology major. I teach the Core Curriculum introductory theology, and classes in the Hebrew Bible and its reception and religious studies and theology more broadly.  Our student newspaper, the St. Mary’s Rattler, featured my teaching on campus.

Before that, I worked for the Yale Center for Teaching and Learning for 3 years, as a McDougal Fellow and then Co-Coordinator of the McDougal Fellows.