When you invite me to collaborate with your staff, I empower your team to design and execute their best work with the goal of creating award-winning and journalistically-sound yearbooks through brainstorming with dignity, direct instruction, leadership games and more. To see what a day with me looks like.
I have been a scholastic journalism professional since 1998: as a high school yearbook adviser in San Diego, then as a sales representative for one of the nation’s largest yearbook publishers.
First from 2006-2015 and again starting in the fall of 2020, I have had the privilege of teaching at Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles, California. There, I advise the Pacemaker Finalist and Silver Crown-winning Vox Populi yearbook and the multi-award-winning middle school newsmagazine The Spectrum.
In 2015, I earned my Master of Education
in Learning, Teaching and Curriculum from the University of Missouri
and my Master Journalism Educator
from the Journalism Education Association.
I am an educator first. At Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles, I’m the yearbook adviser and the middle school newsmagazine adviser. I also advise the American Sign Language club at the middle school. At Harvard-Westlake, I am also the head of the communications department at both the middle- and upper school campuses. In each of these roles I have the privilege to hold, my work is a testament to my desire to help people communicate better.