Graduate Research Assistant at Boston University, Sociology Department
Boston University, Sociology Department
since Sep 2011
Graduate Research Assistant
Nov 2010 - Jul 2011
Freelance Researcher - The Freedom Project
International Rescue Committee
Jun 2010 - Jan 2011
Immigration Services Intern
Jan 2007 - May 2010
Undergraduate Research Fellow, Dr. and Mrs. James Flagg (RLL Dep't)
Mar 2007 - Apr 2007
Undergraduate Research Fellow, Dr. Pamela Berger (Art History Dep't)
Boston University 2011 - 2018
post-bachelor PhD, Sociology
Boston College 2006 - 2010
BA, Sociology, French
Atlanta International School 1992 - 2006
High School Diploma, Bilingual International Baccalaureate Diploma, English and French
Research, French, Translation, Microsoft Office, SPSS, Qualitative Research, Journalistic Research, Administrative Work, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Online Research, Social Media Communications
Immigration policies and implications.
Role of race, gender, public education, and the organization of urban settings in the migration experience.
Ageing population and implications.
Honor & Awards:
Book Awards for French: May 2007 (three); May 2008 (one); April 2009 (two).
Sophomore Scholar in April 2008 for both French and Sociology majors
Recipient of an Advanced Study Grant, nominated through the Sociology Department of Boston College, to complete an independent research project in Dakar, Senegal during the summer of 2008.
Dean’s Scholar in March 2009 for both French and Sociology majors.
Dean’s List, 1st Honors: 2nd semester of freshman year, 1st and 2nd semesters of sophomore, junior, and senior years.
Fulbright Finalist, January 2010
Princess Grace of Monaco Award, French Department, April 2010
Phi Beta Kappa member, May 2010.
Atlanta International School:
Recipient of Wellesley Book Award, May 2005.