I help university faculty and staff, leaders, and community members to document their lived experiences and stories of organizational, social, and technological change using my skills as a historian, oral history interviewer, and project manager. Together, we are working to create a rich, diverse, and usable archive for the future.

I currently manage the Stanford Historical Society's Oral History Program. The program documents the history of the university through interviews with faculty, staff, and alumni; conducts theme-based projects on topics ranging from the experiences of the university’s pioneering female faculty members to the history of Stanford’s athletics program; and serves as an oral history education and training resource to the university community. I plan projects and conduct interviews myself, but I'm also privileged to work with scores of Stanford students and oral history volunteers who help us accomplish our mission.

Current Role at Stanford

Oral Historian and Program Manager, Stanford Historical Society

Education & Certifications

  • BA, American University, History and American Studies
  • MA, San Francisco State, History
  • PhD, Stanford University, History

2021-22 Courses