May 2022–present: Program Manager, Kiewit Luminarium (Omaha, NE)
Worked with a diverse team in a startup environment to build out programming for a new regional Science Center. My role has spanned implementation of pop-up appearances designed to build trust with various underserved communities, to developing and implementing programming for the in-house makerspace.
Skills: Nonprofit Organizations · STEAM programming · Community Engagement · Youth Development · Operational Planning
January 2021–May 2021: Lead Mentor Tutor, Tutor Nashville (Nashville, TN)
Helped develop and implement onboarding and continuous support for an initiative between Metro Nashville Public Schools and Vanderbilt University, training and placing undergraduates to deliver math tutoring online to local public school students.
2013–present: Youth Education Volunteer and Curriculum Manager, The Center for Wooden Boats (Seattle, WA)
Responsible for preparing and implementing field trip curricula for pre-K – middle-school visitors
2015–2019: Tutor, Stoke Education (Nashville, TN)
Throughout my time in graduate school, I continued tutoring part time, largely with ACT and SAT test preparation students.
2015–2016: Teaching Assistant, Vanderbilt Programs for Talented Youth (Nashville, TN)
Primary and substitute teaching assistant for PTY helping to coordinate and implement lessons for rising second and third graders. Designed and implemented week-long squishy circuits curriculum for rising 3rd and 4th graders.
2012–2014: Substitute Teacher, The Bush School (Seattle, WA)
Short-term and long-term substitute teacher, and semester-long hire for grades 6-12 at The Bush School, a small private school in Seattle committed to enthusiastic participation in traditional academics, experiential learning, and community involvement. Covered primarily ELA and Social Studies classes and a one-semester Human Relations course.
2009–2014: Educational Mentor (Seattle, WA)
Provided highly personalized tutoring and mentoring services to students ages 8 to 18.