I’ve worked in higher education for more than two decades in both academic and student affairs. As a practitioner, I help colleges and universities recruit, retain, and graduate underrepresented and minoritized students into STEM programs by helping to develop student-centered experiences. As a researcher, I study psycho-social factors affecting career trajectories of traditionally underrepresented and marginalized students in higher education. Much of my work is about determining what institutional, environmental, and personal experiences influence a student’s decision to stay in or leave their program.
On this website you’ll find my portfolio of work: samples of my research, teaching, and philosophy to help you get a better idea of the type of leader, practitioner, and scholar I am.