About

I currently work as a Teaching, Learning, and Technology Consultant at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning. My primary role within the Center is consulting with instructional staff on assignment and project design to thoughtfully integrate educational technology to support student success. I also coordinate project teams who design and lead professional development opportunities for instructional staff on best practices in pedagogy. I am passionate about teaching and learning best practices around cultural relevant and responsive pedagogy, universal design for learning, anti-racist and social justice pedagogy, and decolonizing curriculum.

As a true believer of life-long learning and continuous development, I’m actively pursuing my Master of Library and Information Science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. My academic interest include digital libraries, born digital resource management, metadata interoperability, using and customizing content management systems, scholarly librarianship, open access publishing and open educational resources, and critical librarianship.