Digital Learning Designer
I came to Princeton Seminary in 2011 in order to pursue a Master’s of Divinity degree. While completing my MDiv and MA in Christian Education in 2016, I began working with various digital learning initiatives at Princeton Seminary. Those initiatives have grown into the Office of Digital Learning, and I am thrilled to be able to continue to support the teaching and learning at and through the seminary in this way! In my role, I’m most excited to work with students to see their creative projects and ideas come to life and to design and build beautiful and intuitive online learning spaces.
I’m currently pursuing a PhD at Princeton Seminary in Practical Theology in the area of Christian Education and Formation. I see this academic work as integrally related to my work in the Office of Digital Learning, as I teach and help others teach and as I work to integrate Christian life and the practice of ministry with the theological disciplines.
When I’m not knee-deep in new digital learning designs or dissertation work, you might be able to find me reading a fantasy book outside in my hammock, traveling the world with my husband Marcus, or talking with friends at a local coffee shop.