I am a public historian and writer based in Minnesota. My research interests include multi-racial, disability, and women’s history. In addition, I have experience in editing, teaching, and cataloging.
Since 2017, I have worked as a fact-checker and writer for the Minnesota Women’s Press, the “oldest continuously-published feminist monthly print magazine in the United States.”
I am also a sub-contractor for research and writing with AWH Architects, using archival material, newspapers, and other primary sources to research for Minnesota History Preservation grant applications.
In 2019, I was awarded the Loft Literary Center’s “Mirrors and Windows” fellowship, “dedicated to mentoring indigenous writers and writers of color to write picture books, middle grade, and young adult literature.” I will be working on a middle grade book about Japanese-American children with disabilities in the incarceration camps during World War II.
In my spare time, I enjoy reading, researching genealogy, and collecting coins and stamps.