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I'm a professor of English at Vaughn College, with a BA in English and Drama (Minors in Sociology and Secondary Education) and an MFA in writing from Columbia University. My experience with both academia and the creative world allows me to craft, edit, and revise compositions to be both engaging and clear. I'm the person you want editing, proofing, or ghostwriting for you, because I work hard, I write well, and I care deeply and personally about the quality of writing I produce
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Senior Editor

Nov 2011

I handle submissions, editing, and communications for this small scale literary publication.

Arts Administration Intern

May 2010 - Aug 2010 (3 months)

I did data compilation, research regarding performance venues, and social media updates for this company as an unpaid intern during their summer season.


Aug 2005 - Aug 2009 (4 years)

Handled parishioner concerns, answered the phone, and embarked on a large scale data revamping from paper to digital copies of all the records (hand typed).


Sep 2004

I tutor in English composition, literature, Spanish, History, and Music in particular at all levels, but I have also worked to tutor in Science and Mathematics through high school.


BA, Theater/ English; Minor- Secondary Education, Honors in Social Science

2008 - 2012 (4 years)


Initial Teaching Certificate, NYS (2012)


Teaching license.


Bite Me: On the Twilight Effect and Adolescent Female Socio-sexualized Perceptions

This is a study on how young girls understand sexuality through the lens of Meyers' Twilight series.

No Tongue to Talk Nor Hands to Wash: The Violence of Speech in Revenge Tragedy

I wrote this dissertation on revenge tragedy's warping of speech through an observation of three texts in critical context- Middleton's "The Revenger's Tragedy", Shakespeare's "Titus Andronicus" and Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill Volumes 1 and 2". Through an observation of both the Early Modern and the PostModern revenge tragedy, I was able to conclude that speech is ultimately more important than the depicted violence on stage/screen.


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