Teaching Instruction

Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ, August 2013 – August 2017
Adjunct Faculty – Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies

  • GLQS 100: Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) Studies
    This 3-credit course introduces students to current research in the study of LGBTQ+ individuals, relationships, and communities, and the social construction framework for analyzing contemporary gendered identities, sexualities, and the discourses and practices that maintain them.

Adjunct Faculty – General Education

  • GNED 199: New Student Seminar
    This 1-credit course is designed to ensure the academic success of first year students by providing them with the tools they need to make informed decisions regarding their academic, personal, ethical, and career choices

Guest Lecturer – Academic Affairs

  • ELAD 670: Diversity Issues in Higher Education, Education Leadership/Higher Education Master’s Program – Spring 2017
  • COUN 653: LGBT Issues in Counseling, Counseling Master’s Program – Summer 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
  • PSYC 120: Psychology of Leadership for Emerging Leaders: Theory and Application, Psychology – Fall 2015
  • COUN 595: Multicultural Counseling and Development, Counseling Master’s Program – Spring 2015
  • HLTH 290: Human Sexuality, Public Health – Spring 2015
  • CMST 405: Persuasion & Transmedia Campaign, Communication Studies – Fall 2014
  • COUN 654: Counseling Internship, Counseling Master’s Program – Spring 2014
  • SASE 452: Teaching for Learning III, Teacher Education Program – Spring 2014
  • FCST 400: Senior Seminar, Family and Child Studies Department – Fall 2013

City University of New York – Baruch College, NYC, September 2008 – December 2010
Instructor – Coordinated Undergraduate Education

  • FRO: Freshman Seminar
    This course aims to provide students with the necessary tools to become self-directed learners by exposing them to on-campus resources, academic success strategies, and an opportunity to explore preliminary career plans. Structured class exercises and out-of class enrichment experiences encourage participation and provide an avenue for interactions with the students.