Seasoned analyst and curator from a diverse background offering creativity and thoughtful dedication. Creative problem solver who has consistently completed projects according to deadlines and up to the highest professional demands. Thrives in team-oriented and dynamic environments.Locked Pro Plan feature
Responsible for overseeing the curation, publicity, and distribution of a growing arts journal. Working closely with the executive editor to prepare grant proposals, review submissions and support the daily needs of the magazine. Independently increased distribution by 30%, Secured submissions from several highly sought after arts practitioners.
Graduate research assistant in the Department of Anthropology. Performing field research including recording interviews, filming subjects, gathering quantitative data and gathering theoretical background necessary for publishing. Topics centered on female workers in Buenos Aires’s recovered factories and their community relationships outside of their worksite.
Worked in collaboration with other board members in raising the necessary funds and securing a location for the Jaume 1. Booked and curated multiple events throughout the duration of the summer. Jaume I is an entirely crowdfunded, noncommercial, multi-curatorial popup space for the furthering experimental visual, sound, film and performance arts.
Assisted lead researcher in several qualitative and quantitative data-driven projects. Compiled pertinent information and created easily discernible formats to access and analyze retrieved data. Gained a strong command of deep web search platforms relevant to economic and labor concerns. Contributed to the groundwork plans for future organizing drives
Established a film collective dedicated to hosting monthly screenings of experimental film and video created by Western Massachusetts Artists. Regularly drawing crowds of 50 or more, GoodNight’s Sleep has continued to nurture the flourishing culture of experimental arts in a rural community. Responsible for community management and marketing of Cinema as well as solicitations of filmmakers.
Supported volunteer chapters to pass binding and nonbinding ballot measures in favor of campaign finance reform. Project Managers/Organizers were responsible for building strong volunteer bases across the country and navigating the political process for civic engagement. Regularly managed chapters in multiple states while running a series of campaigns simultaneously.
Successfully mediated the learning of an undergraduate class focusing on Culture and Social Justice. Facilitated weekly recitations with interactive and stimulating activities/lectures. Provided weekly individual instruction and guidance through tutoring and mentoring. Incorporated the use of multimedia into everyday instruction. Aided Senior Professor in developing course content for future classes
Organized contingent faculty and academic staff in support of forming a union at their workplace and gain a respected voice in their institution. Received extensive training both in Seattle and Washington, DC on organizing conversations, community mobility, and effective communication strategies. Built sustaining relationships with key community leaders. Assisted in campaign-related research. Contributed to policy papers and media pieces that enhanced the Union’s message and organizing efforts.
MA from the Sociology department with independent research in visual arts.
BA in Anthropology and Visual Arts
Semi-Finalist and alternate for the highly competitive Fullbright Scholarship to continue ethnographic research in Argentina
Selected to participate in an intensive arts residency leading to multiple city-wide exhibitions.
Invited Lecturer to present on work titled "Navigations in the New Economy"