Status: PhD Student

Adviser: Benjamin Waterhouse

Graduate Email:

Curriculum Vitae


B.A. Fordham University, 2017
M.A. UNC-Chapel Hill, 2019
M.A. Thesis: “A Failed Fight for Worker-Conscious Globalization: The CIO Response to the Private Investment Imperative in US International Development Policy, 1949-1954”

Research Interests

My research interests include multinational business, organized labor, international relations, and globalization in the latter half of the twentieth century.

Recent Public Engagements

  • “‘Harmonisation Upward’: The United Steelworkers and International Labor Standards in the Developing World, 1949-1959,” Travel Research Awards Brown Bag Talks Series, Penn State University, June 2018
  • Courses Offered

  • TA-HIST289: America in the 1970s
  • TA-HIST364/MNGT364: History of American Business
  • TA-HIST125: The Social History of Popular Music in 20th Century America