Teaching Experience: I am an adjunct professor of anthropology at Woodbury University, where I work with local, national, and international students.
Interests: Anthropology, languages, traveling, hiking, biking, art (gallery and street), writing, yoga, singing, Indie/jazz/classical music, animal rights, social justice, Buddhism, nature, film.
Education: I received my B.A. in anthropology at Beloit College, in Wisconsin, where I minored in Biology and Society. I have my master's degree in anthropology from California State University, Northridge.
Spoken Languages: English (Native)