My teaching method involves identifying topics of interest for the student and allowing them to pursue and expand on those through research and essay writing. I usually structure my lessons in three parts with a short explanation at the beginning followed by student-centered work.
I am an educator and academic who has taught over 100 students over the past five years. These students have gone on to increase their standardized test scores and get into competitive colleges. With my editing, writing, and research skills, I was able to complete a seventy page thesis while completing a master's degree.
Georgetown University, Washington, DC 2019
M.A. in English
Thesis: “Expressing the Inexpressibility of the Inexpressible: Structural and
Strategic Unspeakability in Villette, Lady Audley’s Secret, and The Mill on the Floss”
Advisor: Patrick O’Malley, Ph.D.
Sewanee: University of the South, Sewanee, TN
B.A. with Honors in Comparative Literature 2015
Honors Thesis with Distinction: “The Actor’s Reward: Performative Acts for Self and
Others in Madame Bovary, Middlemarch, and Anna Karenina”
SCHOLARSHIPS AND AID
Sewanee: The University of the South 2011
Ecce Quam Bonum Merit Scholarship
PepsiCo Merit Scholarship
Magna cum laude, Sewanee 2015
Order of the Gownsmen, Sewanee 2013
Teaching Assistant, CPLT 090: Introduction to Comparative Literature
Georgetown University, Washington, DC 2018
Adjunct English Professor, ENG 112: College Composition II
Northern Virginia Community College, Loudoun, VA 2018-2019
Reading Enrichment Programs Instructor — 4 yr-olds - Middle School
Institute of Reading Development, Philadelphia, PA and DC Metro Area 2018
Upper School Teacher — 7th, 8th, 10th, and 11th Grammar, Literature, World History
David Emanuel Academy, Stillmore, GA 2015-2017
Auditorium Services Technician, Classroom Education Technology Services
Georgetown University, Washington, DC 2017-2019
“Failed Artistic Development and Revolutionary Potential in Henry Roth’s Call It Sleep”
Paper presented at Northeast MLA Convention, Washington, DC 2019
“When Words Won't Work: Language Coding and Developing Identity through Class
Positionality in Salvage the Bones" Paper presented at Working-Class Studies Conference,
Stony Brook, NY 2018
“The Unequal Struggle for Equality: Body as Performance in Kieslowski's Trois couleurs: blanc”
Paper and presentation at ‘Why All the Fuss about the Body?’: Local and
Globalized Bodies Conference, Sewanee, TN 2016
“He Said, She Said, Mrs. Cadwallader Said: Gossip and Idle Chatter in Middlemarch”
Paper presented at National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Lexington, KY 2014
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