Social Movement Studies, affect theory, Gender and Sexuality Studies, New Media Theory and Network Studies
PhD candidate in Cultural Studies. Courses taught have included: Visual Culture, Global Representations of Women, Cultural Studies and Globalization and the Nonprofit Sector. My research focuses on the affective dynamics of group collectivity and their political relays on/offline. My current project incorporates interdisciplinary work from Gender and Sexuality Studies, Social Movement Studies, theories of affect, and Network/New Media Studies. I have professional experience in nonprofit development, data analytics, community-based education, and digital archives.