In my classes, I use a student-centered approach to engaging students from the outset. I engage with diverse fields in order to spark cross-disciplinary conversations, ensure the development of professional expertise, and develop both hard and soft skills through class activities and assignments. I encourage students to understand key theoretical foundations, reconcile them with real-world intricacies, and assess their application and significance in practice. Lastly, I strive to tailor class activities towards multicultural sensitivity and inclusivity. 

COURSES TAUGHT

Public Management, PPOL 514, Spring 2021, Graduate, Georgetown University

Public ManagementPUBAFRS 3500, Spring 2020, Undergraduate, The Ohio State University

Administration of Criminal Justice Policy, PUBAFRS 5506, Fall 2019, Graduate, The Ohio State University

Criminal Justice and Public Policy, CCJ 4497, Fall 2017, Undergraduate Capstone Course, Florida International University

"Tell me and I’ll forget. Teach me and I’ll remember. Involve me and I’ll learn."

– Benjamin Franklin