Adjunct Assistant Professor, Woman and Gender Studies Program, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. August 2015 – present.
Adjunct Professorial Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, American University, Washington, D.C. May 2015 – December 2016.
Instructor, D.C. Learning Collective / The Free School at the Peace House, Washington, DC. November 2011-May 2013.
Workshop Facilitator / Instructor, Community Arts Northwest, Manchester U.K. May-September 2010.
Courses Taught / Syllabi:
- “Introduction to Women and Gender Studies” (WGST-140), Georgetown University.
- “Women’s International Human Rights” (WGST-253), Georgetown University.
- “Foundations of Socio-Cultural Anthropology” (ANTH-631), American University.
- “Culture and Human Experience” (ANTH-110), American University, online course.
- “Sex, Gender, Culture” (ANTH-215), American University, online course.
Qualifications and training:
- Greenberg PhD Seminars for Effective Teaching. Three-year Certificate program run by the Center for Teaching, Research and Learning at American University. Received May, 2015.
- Certificate in Online Teaching. Five-week intensive faculty training program run by the Center for Teaching, Research and Learning at American University. Completed Spring, 2015.
- Teaching Assistant, Department of Anthropology, American University, Washington, D.C. Fall 2011-Spring 2013; Fall 2014-Spring 2015.