Lecturer (tenure-track), Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Carleton University
- ANTH 2610A: Studies in Indigenous Peoples of North America–Current Issues in Anthropological Research (Fall Term 2015)
- ANTH 1001C (Winter Term 2016)
- ANTH 3600B (Winter Term 2016)
- ANTH 3355 (Fall Term 2017)
- ANTH 5210F (Fall Term 2017)
Tutor, Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen
- AT1003. Introduction to Anthropology: Peoples of the World
Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Native Studies, University of Alberta
- Native Studies 290, Introduction to Research and Inquiry (Instructor: Dr. Frank Tough)
Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Alberta
- Rural Sociology 365, Sociology of Environment and Development. (Instructor: Dr. Brenda Parlee).
Non-Academic teaching experience
Global Education Program Assistant, University of Alberta International (2005-2009)
- Assisted with various Global Education Program initiatives, which aimed to encourage University and non-University communities to learn about and address global issues. This included work as the University of Alberta International Week publicity assistant (2006, 2008, 2009) and the International Week Programmer (2007). Also assisted with the ‘Welcome to the Reel World’ film series (2006) and helped with administration of Global Education Program funding programs.
Volunteer, Seminar on the United Nations and International Affairs (2001-2006)
- Alberta-based, volunteer run educational camp founded in 1952 that encourages youth to engage with local and global discourses of citizenship, politics, development and environmental issues.
- Oversaw finances, community and media relations, human resource management, program development for non-profit summer camp
- Liaised with lecturers from the United Nations Headquarters in New York, Department of National Defense, Foreign Affairs Canada
- Applied to various granting agencies for funding
- Procured funding from the Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation to host “Youth Voices: a Policy and Action Workshop” at the University of Alberta in September 2006.