Started UK doctoral program: 2018
Area of research interest: Collectivist engagement of local and global practices toward intersectional social justice and liberation; Social work ethics, education and practice in the context of civil resistance
Have taught seventy sections of eighteen different courses across undergraduate and graduate social work education, including: Bigger than Protest: The Theory of Civil Resistance and the Ethics of Social Change (see award below); Diversity, Social Justice, and Human Rights; Community & Global Theory & Practice; Social Policy Analysis & Practice; Executive Leadership Practice; Community Behavior & Practice; and Organizational Theory & Practice. Currently teaching part-time at the University of Kentucky. Formerly served as full-time faculty as a Lecturer at Indiana University. Began teaching as adjunct faculty at California State University, Long Beach.
Award: International Center on Nonviolent Conflict, Curriculum Fellowship Awardee
MSW, Boston University