My teaching is informed by my time spent as a high school educator, university instructor, teacher coach, and classroom evaluator, which has offered multiple vantage points to observe and facilitate excellent pedagogy. Good teaching goes beyond classroom walls. I am committed to university education and mentorship that builds from students' experiences, improves written skills, entails empirical research, and expands the application of sociological knowledge in everyday life.

Engaged Teaching Fellows Presentation: Presentation at 2019 Annual Teaching and Learning Showcase at Montclair State University.

Teaching Interests: Social Stratification; Sociology of Education; Race and Ethnicity; Sociology of Gender; Occupations, Work and Labor; Urban Studies, and Qualitative and Ethnographic Methods.

Course Syllabi: Social Inequality (Fall '18) and Senior Research Project (Fall ‘18)

University Instructor & Teaching Assistant: Intro to Comparative Ethnic Studies, Intro to International Affairs, Practicum in Sociology, Senior Research Project, Social Inequality, Social Stratification, Social Problems, Diversity and Equity in Schools

Teacher Coach: From 2007-2010, I worked with graduate students entering classrooms as teachers in New York City during their summer practicum. 

High School Teacher: I worked as a high school global history teacher in New York City for five years.

Classroom Evaluator: I am trained in the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) as an Upper Elementary classroom observer and have observed and scored teacher-student interactions in over 60 New York City elementary schools.

Founding Member: I am a founding member of Baychester Middle School opened in 2011.