*Detailed teaching portfolio available upon request.

Teaching at the University of Pittsburgh

Instructor of Record
AFRCNA 1012: Early 20th Century Black Social Movements
Department of Africana Studies

Teaching at New York University

Teaching Fellow
SCA-UA 155: The Black Body and the Lens – Dr. Deborah Willis
Department of Social and Cultural Analysis

Teaching at Brown University

Instructor of Record
AFRI 1500A: Black Life in the Post-Industrial City
Department of Africana Studies

Teaching Assistant
AFRI 0090: An Introduction to Africana Studies – Dr. Françoise Hamlin
AFRI 0210: Afro-Latin Americans and Blackness in the Americas – Dr. Anani Dzidzenyo
AFRI 0570: 20th Century Black Feminist Thought and Practice in the U.S. – Dr. Tricia Rose
AFRI 1090: Black Freedom Struggle Since 1945 – Dr. Françoise Hamlin
AFRI 2002: Theories of Africana Thought: Literary and Expressive Cultures – Dr. Tricia Rose
Department of Africana Studies

Teaching at Prep for Prep

Prep for Prep is a highly-selective leadership development program based in New York City.  It incorporates a rigorous 14-month academic component to prepare high-achieving students of color for placement in leading independent schools, and continues to work closely with the students through high school graduation and beyond.


Teaching Assistant
Problems and Issues in Modern American Society – Term Paper Research

Pedagogical Training

Certificate I: Sheridan Teaching Seminar – Reflective Teaching
Harriet W. Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning, Brown University

Certificate III: The Professional Development Seminar
Harriet W. Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning, Brown University

Summer Teachers and Scholars Institute: “The Many Worlds of Black New York”
Institute for Research in African-American Studies, Columbia University