I am a PhD candidate at George Mason University, and editor of Current Research in Digital History. I also work at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, formerly as a Digital History Fellow, and now as a graduate research assistant. I am currently the project manager for American Religious Ecologies, and have been a key team member of the Mapping Early American Elections project.
My research interests include early America, slavery, women and gender, spatial history, digital history, and public history. My dissertation combines my interests in early American history and digital history through a geospatial analysis of three generations of the George Mason family.
I received my BA in History from Taylor University, and my MA in History from George Mason University. I was also part of GMUs inaugural cohort of the Digital Public Humanities Graduate Certificate. When I am not working on my studies, I enjoy traveling, cooking, reading, walking my dog, and visiting historical sites.