My scholarship draws from my experience as a college student affairs professional in residential life, student leadership, and multicultural programming; my work facilitating intergroup dialogues on campuses across the country as an Associate with the National Sustained Dialogue Institute, and my background in the arts. My research centers on methodological and pedagogical inquiries of social (in)justice, ethics, and representation. Methodologically, I am interested in the intersections and entanglement of theory and methodology, and artful approaches to inquiry. In the past year, I have written on practices of transcription as researcher reflexivity and artful mentorship in college teaching. With Dr. Kelly Guyotte and Dr. Stephanie Shelton at the University of Alabama, I have also been involved in a feminist exploration of the experiences of women doctoral students. Our writing from this project has sought to reframe understandings of women in academia through thinking with Sara Ahmed's willfulness archive and Karen Barad's writing on monstrosity.