Tell us something interesting about your background.
I'm a historian by training and my graduate experience led me from Boston and New York to Britain, Ireland, Europe, and beyond--including a brief stay in southern California. In all of these places I got to engage with PhD students, early career researchers, and established scholars who did amazing research but who were also attempting to navigate the post-graduate world and how their graduate training brought value to professions beyond the academy.
What has led you to your current role?
After adjuncting at a few different colleges, I returned to my alma mater and began working in career services, where I supported students interested in legal, government, and international affairs careers. Through this work, and based on my experience in graduate school, I took a real interest in working with graduate students and began doing more to support master's and PhD students on career development.
In your spare time, what do you enjoy doing?
I enjoy reading, writing, running, visiting libraries and book shops, listening to punk and alternative music, and watching all manner sports, especially the New York Yankees and Boston College Eagles.
Ph.D., European History, Fordham University; M.A., History, Boston College; B.A., History, Boston College