ARTEVISTA FILMS: Developed curriculum, university study guide, and activity booklet to teach about gender-based violence using the award-winning film Justice for My Sister in collaboration with filmmaker Kimberly Bautista.
CENTER FOR MEDIA AND SOCIAL IMPACT (formerly Center for Social Media): From 2009-2012, conducted research and writing on the future of public media, and worked on the development of new model of impact measurement for media projects.
DOT CONNECTOR STUDIO: Helped to launch business from start-up phase; served as research consultant on projects with clients including Black Public Media, the Culture Lab at the Citizen Engagement Lab, and Media Impact Funders, the Internet Archive, and ISeeChange, among others.
HAPPY STRATEGY: Helped to launch creative culture agency from start up phase; developed comprehensive assessment designed to evaluate multiple dimensions of organizational culture.
MEDIA EDUCATION LAB: Developed curricula using media literacy to teach about substance abuse prevention for middle and high school students; oversaw grant writing, research and strategy for an Institute of Museum and Library Services grant designed to connect librarians with children’s independent media producers; conducted quantitative evaluation of PBS Student Reporting Labs, a national youth journalism program.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LATINO INDEPENDENT PRODUCERS: Conducted evaluation of the 2013 Latino Producers’ Academy, a residential program for documentary filmmakers.
NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION: Conducted multi-year research on problem- and project-based learning in the United States and internationally, including synthesis of existing research and program evaluation reports.
REAL BOY: Developed study guide for documentary film that takes an intimate look at gender, family relationships, and acceptance.
YOUTH AND GENDER MEDIA PROJECT: Developed study guides for four short films focused on youth and gender.