1-20 to 6-20 Davidson College, Davidson, NC
Andrew W. Mellon Visiting Professor of Justice, Equality, and Community in Anthropology
Teaching in Anthropology and Environmental Studies. Organizing three Indigenous food sovereignty symposiums.
7-13 to present University of South Carolina –Columbia, SC
Assistant Professor Anthropology
Joint position housed in Anthropology with the Institute for Southern Studies. Courses taught in Contemporary American Indian Societies and the 20th Century South.
7-12 to 7-13 Wesleyan University–Middletown, CT
Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for the Americas
Courses taught in Contemporary American Indian Topics and Economic Development at introductory and advanced undergraduate level.
8-11 to 5-12 UNC-Chapel Hill , Chapel Hill, NC
Graduate School American Indian Recruitment/Retention. Leadership, planning, and implementation responsibility for American Indian graduate student recruitment and retention activities, working with Associate Dean and members of the American Indian graduate community
8-98 to 6-01 (5 Semesters) Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
Adjunct Instructor, GTF
Instructed in all available classes: Macro-, Micro- and Survey Economics
Obtained an average of 4.5 out of 5 on all teaching evaluations
Created and taught undergraduate economics classes formulating lectures (PowerPoint lessons), homework, tests, and grading scales
12-01 to 08-05 Anomaly, Inc.; Chapel Hill, NC
Market research, client set-up, management of over 800 accounts, website development and management, customer management/service
12-01 to 03-03 Plante & Moran; Southfield, MI
In charge of managing complex portfolios for highest wealth clients;
Set up, maintenance of accounts; Reporting/asset allocation monthly, quarterly, yearly;
Invoice generation; Projects for Research Team (projecting economic climate)
Hiring, training, supervision and management of interns and/or new employees including development and implementation of new training manual