College:

2019 (Fall). “The Power of Place in Southeast Asia: Religion, Politics, and Geography.” Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.

2019 (Fall). “Introduction to Southeast Asian Studies.” Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.

2018 (Spring). “Introduction to Buddhism.” Department of History, UW-Madison. (Teaching Assistant)

2017 (Fall). “Shaping of the Contemporary World.” Department of History, Siena College, Albany, New York.

2017 (Spring). “Shaping of the Contemporary World.” Department of History, Siena College, Albany, New York.

2013 (Spring). “Introduction to Buddhism.” Department of Languages and Cultures of Asia, UW-Madison. (Teaching Assistant)

2009 (Spring). “Socio-Economic Transformation and Problems of Ethnic Minorities in Northern Thailand.” Department of History, UW-Madison. (Reader)

Study Abroad:

2017 (Summer). Instructor, co-coordinator. “Culture, Health, and Development in Northern Thailand.” University of Wisconsin-Madison study abroad program at Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai, Thailand.

2016 (Summer). Instructor, co-coordinator. “Culture, Health, and Development in Northern Thailand.” University of Wisconsin-Madison study abroad program at Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai, Thailand.

Secondary/Elementary:

2006–2007. Lead Teacher. Special Needs program / Physical Education / Lower Elementary, Piti Suksa Montessori School, Chiang Rai, Thailand.

2005–2006. Instructional Associate. Special Education Inclusion Program, Keene Middle School, Keene, New Hampshire.

2001–2003. Paraprofessional, Special Needs Program, Rochester Children’s Nursery, Rochester, New York.