About Me

I completed my undergraduate degree at The University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee  double majoring in History and Religious Studies with a certificate in Cultures and Communities. I spent a Summer abroad in Morocco, served as the President of Phi Alpha Theta- Delta Phi the National History Honor Society at UWM, that is where I discovered my passion for image research while working on The Encyclopedia of Milwaukee.  I am eternally appreciative of the Professors, students, friends and faculty at UWM, without them I would not be where I am now.


Surviving 10 long cold winters in Wisconsin, prompted me to only look at graduate programs in warmer climates. George Mason University , I will be graduating with my Master's Degree in May of 2016. My digital portfolio can be found here.


I currently work at the Army Historical Foundation as the digital exhibit coordinator. I love my job and I fully believe in our mission to build a National Museum of the United States Army. I realize how lucky I am to work in this field and not a day goes by when something AMAZING doesn’t show up in the office. Documents, artifacts, or someone telling a story, it all adds up to a great place for a historian to work.


In my spare time (what little there is) I enjoy knitting, true crime television, and hanging out with my pug Louie.



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