2018-present Dance Science and Somatics, Adjunct Professor (BFA Program), Temple University.
2018 Alexander Technique for Actors, Guest Artist (BFA Program), Swarthmore College.
2013-present Alexander Technique, Faculty (MFA Program), Pig Iron School/University of the Arts.
2013-2018 Commissioned Work, Guest Choreographer, Dance Ensemble, Drexel University.
2014-2016 Modern Technique II, Instructor (Major/GedEd program), Bryn Mawr College.
2011-2015 Modern Technique I-IV, Adjunct Professor, (BFA and MFA programs), Temple University. Composition II, Adjunct Professor (BFA program), Temple University. Philadelphia Dance Experience, Adjunct Professor (Ged Ed program), Temple University.
2013-2015 Modern Dance Practicum, Adjunct Professor (Major/GenEd program), Drexel University.
2011 Commissioned Work, Guest Choreographer, Dance Ensemble, West Chester College.
2002-2004 Beg/Intermediate Modern and Jazz Technique, Instructor, University of Illinois-Urbana.
2002-2004 Dance Kinesiology and Somatics; Improvisation; Alexander Technique for Ballet; Advanced Jazz; Introduction to Dance, Graduate Assistant, University of Illinois-Urbana.
Outside Higher Education:
2018-2008 Contemporary Dance Technique, Instructor, multiple locations—Denver and Philadelphia.
2017-present Teaching Artist, Institute on Disabilities at Temple University. Collaborated with a team of oral historians, documentarians, and artists for a public history research project and pilot program to work with residents at Selinsgrove Center—Philadelphia/Selinsgrove, PA
2012-13 Dance for Parkinson’s Disease, Teaching Artist, Chi Movement Arts Center—Philadelphia, PA
2011 Modern Dance, Teaching Artist, Philadelphia Cancer Support Center—Philadelphia, PA
2000-2001 Creative Movement, Head Teacher (6 mos—6 yrs old), Jump For Joy. Children’s Movement (Creative Movement, Dance Technique, Gymnastics)—Somerville, MA
2000-2001 Hip-Hop, Instructor, Clearway School (teenagers with ADHD)—West Newton, MA
1999-2000 Gymnastics, Junior Varsity Coach, West Hartford High School—West Hartford, CT
1996-1999 Creative Movement, Lead Teacher, Judy Dworin Performance Ensemble. Creative movement in coordination with school’s Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Arts programming at the Parkville and Plainville Public Elementary Schools—Hartford, CT