- First Name
- Last Name
- United States
- The White House Historical Association
- Website URL
- Public History, environmental history, slavery, White House, presidential history, political history, oral history
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- other credentials
- About Me
I am a Public Historian with a demonstrated history of working in museums and institutions industry. Skilled in historical research, public history, writing, interpretive and educational programming, oral history, and social media communications. In May 2019 I earned a Master’s degree focused in public history from American University.
I am currently a historian at the White House Historical Association. Over the past two years I have worked to help launch a research initiative called Slavery in the President’s Neighborhood, exploring the lives of enslaved individuals that built, lived, and worked at the White House.
- Recent Publications
“Slavery in the President’s Neighborhood,” The White House Historical Association, February 2020
“The Complexities of Slavery in the Nation’s Capital,” The White House Historical Association, August 2019.
“Building the White House,” The White House Historical Association, December 2019.
“The Enslaved Household of President Thomas Jefferson,” The White House Historical Association, December 2019.
“Enslaved Workers on the White House Grounds,” White House Historical Association,” March 2020.
“The Enslaved Households of President James K. Polk,” White House Historical Association, December 2019.
- Media Coverage
- Country Focus
- United States
- Expertise by Geography
- North America, United States
- Expertise by Chronology
- 4, 5, 8, 9
- Expertise by Topic
- American Presidents, Emancipation, Environment, Local & Regional, Politics, Public History, Race, Slavery