It is my goal to create a classroom environment that is a site of knowledge production and critical awareness where students are empowered to ask questions, embrace conflict and critically analyze complex issues. Through interactive learning and collaboration, I scaffold this process, providing students with the tools, space and support to ask critical questions about how our society is structured, to question closely-held beliefs and to consider alternate explanations for health inequity in our society.

I have taught and/or currently teach the following courses:


  • Structural Racism and Health Inequities (Spring 2019, 2020)

  • Axes of Inequity: Exploring the Root Causes of Health Disparities Through Social Policy (Summer 2017, 2018)

  • Foundations of Public Health (Fall 2015)​

  • Principles of Health Policy (Spring 2014)