Host and Producer, Archival Fever. May 2018-present

I developed, write, and host a podcast with Amy Vidor about humanities research for a general audience. We take listeners behind the scenes at art museums, rare books archive, and presidential libraries to tell stories about weird, bizarre, and crazy objects that tell us about the human experience. We receive generous production support from our partners at UT Liberal Arts Public Affairs and UT Liberal Arts Development Studio.

Editor and Content Creator, Thinking in Public & Humanities Media Project, UT Liberal Arts Public Affairs, 2017-Present.

Pitch, develop, and record podcasts for Death & Numbers. Solicit, edit, and write brief public scholarship posts designed to engage a wide audience with university research.

Organizer, Career Diversity Symposium, UT College of Liberal Arts, March 1-2, 2018.

I organized panels of UT graduate alumni in diverse career paths. coordinated targeted workshops with career coach Tatem Oldham and led a workshop on networking and communication. I strengthened ties with contacts working in co-curricular education, community college, university administration, non-profit and public humanities.

Graduate marketing intern & manager, Boston College Arts Council, Boston College. September 2013-May 2015.

Compiled and copy-edited biannual print Arts Calendar. Researched and wrote articles for general audience. Managed the undergraduate marketing team’s print and social media marketing outreach. Executed print and social media marketing for three-day Arts Festival (attendance: 15,000).