I work on Training and Learning, Metrics and Education Initiatives. I am the staff advisor for Community House and also serve as the staff advisor for the Pace Center Fellows Senior Cohort. Areas of expertise include training/workshop/curriculum development, advising, student leadership development, relationship building and intentional language
I completed my undergraduate studies at Oberlin College with a double major in Religious Studies (Ethics Concentration) African American Studies (Literature and Performing Arts Concentration). I completed my graduate studies at Yale University (Divinity School---Master of the Arts in Religious Studies). Research focused on Community Ethics/ Social Ethics. Prior to working at Princeton, I was the Youth Development Director for the Regional Youth Adult Social Action Partnership (RYASAP). In that role I ran an AmeriCorps Program of approximately 100 members ( local college students) who worked to teach teenagers how to cultivate healthy relationships while supporting their social-emotional literacy development.
When I am not at Pace, I sing! I'm classically trained, but also enjoy singing jazz and pop/rock. I arrange music for both acapella and instrumental performances and I play a few instruments.