Work History

Work History
Mar 2013 - Present



As sole or primary instructor, I taught college composition and a course I designed on identification and media.

  • Taught my own syllabus for four different specialized courses directed at all ranges of undergraduate studies
  • Earned an LGBT teaching fellowship for my course "Cyberqueer," that covers the intersections of gender, race and sexuality across varied media
  • Designed assignments, grading rubrics, projects and goals for a ten-week quarter
  • Project management: helped students develop individual projects on queer media, such as podcasts, blogs, text-based games and short documentaries
  • Arranged for guests working at the intersection of sexuality and media to come speak to the class, answer questions, and provide feedback on student projects
2010 - 2013

Teaching Associate


Assisted four courses for the theater department, including those cross-listed with Chicano studies and film. Led up to 100 students at a time in both online and offline environments.

  • Provided course updates to both instructor and students
  • Ensured students understood lecture material through engaging group discussion
  • Graded student work and provided feedback
  • Gave lectures on varied topics, including the history of drag performance and the reconstruction of space in videogames (e.g. Assassin's Creed)
2012 - 2013


Boston Educational Institute
  • Designed syllabi and activities for a range of levels (4th-12th grades)
  • Developed assignments, set course objectives, and facilitated discussion
  • Communicated weekly with supervisor and parents regarding student progress
2008 - 2009

English as a Second Language Instructor

Green Sam Wangho
  • Taught English as a Second Language to Kindergartners and 4-12 grade students
  • Orchestrated yearlong curriculum, involving mapping and geography, music, and games
  • Supervised students on field trips
  • Developed an intensive noraebang practice



Bachelor's Degree

Whittier College

Triple major: English, Theater, Philosophy; Spanish minor

Master's Degree

New York University

Performance Studies

Doctor of Philosophy


Theater and Performance Studies