A progressive educator who leads through consensus. A leader with diverse teaching experiences in established and start-up independent, public, charter, and parochial schools. Currently leading an innovative technology program and managing school- wide projects that support technology integration.


Computer Science Teacher, Packer Collegiate Institute, 2018 - present.

Education Community Director, Processing Foundation, 2019 - present.


Director of Educational Technology & Associate Director of Technology, Browning School, 2015 - 2018.
- Manage K-12 technology education program focused on Computer Science, engineering, and design.

- Chair the Technology Education department and support the professional growth and curriculum planning of member teachers.

- Teach advanced CS class in Java, JavaScript, Python, and Ruby.

- Organize and run the Blended Learning Institute, a week-long summer program for teachers to support technology in the classroom.

- Support school-wide initiatives on inclusion and equity by reorganizing curriculum, organizing groups, and engaging students in discussions around identity. 


Educational Technology Manager, Success Academy High School of the Liberal Arts, 2014 - 2015.
Designing and implementing a multiple year Computer Science program for all seventh, eighth, and ninth grade scholars in the Success Academy Charter School network in New York City. Leading educational technology integration and management at the high-school level.


Middle School Technology Teacher/Curriculum Integrator and Advisor, Little Red School House and Elisabeth Irwin High School, 2012 - 2014.
Led collaborative technology and design projects in the middle school division and design and technology classes. Coordinated the digital portfolio project, managed the implementation of Google Apps and the 1:1 Chromebook program, and supported curriculum projects and network administration.


Math and Science Teacher and Advisor, San Francisco Friends School, 2009 - 2012.
Designed and executed an innovative science curriculum in which students engaged in collaborative projects to create exciting final products that reflected the depth of their knowledge and skills. Trained faculty on strategies to meaningfully integrated technology into the curriculum.


Visiting Scholar, Fletcher lab, UC Berkeley, 2011 - 2013.
Developed projects and curriculum for the CellScope, a portable digital microscope developed by the Fletcher Lab. Led its implementation in the classroom and spread its use in the Bay Area. The project was a finalist for the Accelerating Science Award Program by the Public Library of Science journal.


Kenyon College - BA in Biology and History, 2003.

San Francisco State University - MS in Special Education, 2012.



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