- The Catholic University of America: MA in Theatre History and Criticism, 2008
- American University: BA in Theatre, minor in Education Studies, concentration in Literature, 2001
- Workshops in early childhood education, lesson planning and curriculum (including Early Childhood Development with Bernadette Sadlo, and Exploring World Cultures Through Music and Stories with Imani Gonzalez)
- Certification in Teaching Yoga to Children (Yoga to Grow)
- Plans and facilitates arts-based preschool and mixed-age primary lessons, focusing on visual art, creative drama, music, and movement in a Reggio-Emilia inspired space
- Collaborates with co-teachers to ensure that classes are well-rounded and varied, reaching the whole child.
- Teaches yoga classes, including Storytime Yoga (for toddlers and their caregivers) & Artful Yoga (for 5-7 year olds), and integrates yoga into the preschool and primary curricula
- Writes and directs original plays for large casts of students, aged 5-12.
- Collaborates with administrators of TRYPS and The Brick District Playhouse
- Mentors TYA students from Stephens College
- Acted as Arts Integration Specialist, collaborating with teachers on creating and facilitating lessons that bring the arts to core curriculum, for students in preschool and elementary school.
- Preschool lessons in SY 2016-17 have included: Moving Through a City, Enchanted Forest Scavenger Hunt, Creating a Weather Report, What Do the Three Bears Do All Day, Snowga Yoga, multiple open-ended studio art projects.
- Elementary lessons in SY 2016-17 have included: World Music, Comparing Myths and Fables, Metaphorical Me, Soundscape for Non-Fiction Details, Algebraic Thinking Through Dance, Shapes with Mondrian, The Great Geometry Sing-Off
- Facilitated a DBT/Theater class at Scarlett Middle School, using improvisation and scripted dialogue to teach coping skills to students with behavioral difficulties.
- "Mixed-up Fairytales" camp for students aged 5-11, summers 2015 & 2016.
- Classes for preschoolers include: Folksongs & Fairy Tales, Musical Journeys, Science Through the Arts (in-school residency)
- Classes for students in K-1 include: Creative Drama: Create a Story, Trickster Tales, Magic Suitcase, Drama & Music, Super Kids to the Rescue, Wild & Wacky Fairy Tales, Anansi and the Moss-Covered Rock (in-school residency)
- Classes for students in grades 2-3 include: Poetry in Action (in-school residency), Set & Costume Design
- Classes for students in grades 4-6 include: Speak Out on Stage
- Tutoring for emerging readers included: reading comprehension, phonics
- Tutoring for older students included: preparing for the SAT, preparing for the English Language AP test, preparing for the Literature AP test, writing narrative and persuasive essays (including college application essays)
- Duties as assistant teacher included: collaborating on lesson plans, leading creative drama activities, leading music activities, assisting in story time, assisting in visual art projects, assisting in the structure of daily activities such as free play time
- Playwriting "Camp" for Adults, Talking Horse Theatre, Columbia, MO
- Greenhills School, Ann Arbor, MI, Monologue Writing for Middle Schoolers, using a variety of theatrical techniques to devise and perform monologues
- Ann Arbor District Library, "Create Your Own Superhero" and "Pirates & Mermaids" creative drama workshops for students in grades K-3
- Foundations Preschool, Trickster Tales (Raven and Anansi Goes Fishing) for students ages 3-6
- Ann Arbor Nursery, Inc, Autumn storytelling and creative drama activities at the school's Fall Picnic, for families with students aged 3-7; "Healthy Eating" creative drama workshop, spring 2016; "Superhero Yoga" parent-child class, summer 2016
- "Cinderella Across Cultures" breakout session, Energize & Engage Arts Integration Summit, Stephens College
- Introduction to Dramaturgy, a two-day master class. Stephens College School of Performing Arts
- Using Children’s Theater to Teach Dialectical Behavior Therapy-Based Skills to Adolescents, UMHS Adolescent Health Initiative 2016 conference (co-presentation with social workers from the University of Michigan)
- Musical Theatre History, The Smithsonian Associates
- Introduction to Playwriting, George Washington University
- Guest Artist: Dramaturgy Seminar, The Catholic University of America
- Education Program Manager & K-1 Mentor, Imagination Stage
- Camp Manager, Musical Production Camp Jr. (formerly Arts Express), Imagination Stage
- Project Manager, Imagination Quest
- Center Manager, C2 Education Center
- Panel Speaker, From Student to Professional: Making It in the Theatre World (Catholic University of America Drama Department's 75th Anniversary Celebration)
- Judge, Shakespeare Monologue Festival, Center for Renaissance & Baroque Studies (University of Maryland, College Park)
- Theatre in Our Schools (TIOS) essay associate & evaluator, American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE)