I’ve spent the past ten years in higher education working in the fields of history and disability studies.
Apart from my studies, I have also worked as an editor, research assistant, and educator. Throughout my graduate studies, I’ve secured grant and fellowship funding to conduct research in archival repositories across the United States. I’m passionate about communicating disability history to the public and proactive about integrating universal design modalities into my work.
Outside of my own research in disability history, I also work to expand disability rights and I work to dismantle academic ableism. I have drafted policy guidelines, compiled resources on access and accessibility, and summarized best practices for accessible pedagogy.