Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, 2009 - Present

Office of Professional Development, Richmond Public Schools, Richmond, Virginia

  • Assisted teachers with the implementation of technology into their classroom instruction.

  • Provided training and staff development on technology at the school and district wide levels.

  • Performed minor troubleshooting of technical problems.

  • Advised school administrators on the purchase of hardware and software.

  • Created and maintained social media accounts, grew their following, and used them to showcase the amazing things occurring at Albert H. Hill Middle School; Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

  • Maintained the school websites for G.W. Carver Elementary and Richmond Alternative School.


Summer Camp Instructor, 2019

CodeVirginia, Richmond, Virginia

  • Facilitated week-long summer camp classes on Intro to VEX Robotics and Game Making.

  • Introduced students to robotics using the VEX IQ system and guided them in designing, building, and programming a robot.

  • Introduced students to the basics of video game design and guided them in creating their own game utilizing the Game Maker Lite software.


Summer School Teacher, 2012 - 2018

Richmond Public Schools, Richmond, Virginia

  • Summers, 2012-2014: Wrote and taught a summer school technology enrichment course to middle school students.

  • Summers, 2015-2016, 2018: Taught a computer programming course using the Code.org curriculum to middle school students.

  • Summer, 2017: Library Media Specialist; supported staff and students in their use of the library media center during the summer school session.


Social Studies Teacher, 2005 - 2009

Huguenot High School, Richmond Public Schools, Richmond, Virginia

  • Taught 9th grade World Geography aligned to the Virginia Standards of Learning.

  • Lead World Geography teacher during the 2006-2007 school year overseeing three first year teachers.

  • Provided after school tutoring to students in need of extra help.

  • Incorporated technology into the curriculum through the use of webquests, cyberhunts, and various software programs and websites.

  • Created from scratch many of the assignments used to ensure alignment with the Virginia Standards of Learning.

  • Provided assistance to other members of the staff whenever needed particularly in the area of troubleshooting technology problems.