Professional Experience

Academic Work Experience

8-22 to present Duke University – Durham, NC
Associate Professor Cultural Anthropology

Teaching in Contemporary American Indian Societies, American Indian Graphic Novels;
TBA: Indigenous Ethnographies, Southern Labor Movements; Sustainable Economic Development

7-13 to 8-22 University of South Carolina – Columbia, SC
Associate 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.

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.

7-12 to 7-13 Wesleyan UniversityMiddletown, 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
Research Assistant

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

Non-Academic Work Experience (selected)

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

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