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(2018) Ph.D. University of California, Irvine, Anthropology
& Graduate Feminist Emphasis (chair: Bill Maurer)
2014 M.A. University of California, Irvine, Anthropology
2011 B.A. University of California, Berkeley, Anthropology
2011 B.A. University of California, Berkeley, Integrative Biology
AWARDS AND HONORS
2016 The Wenner-Gren Foundation Dissertation Fieldwork Grant
2014 National Science Foundation (GRFP), Honorable Mention
2012/15 Eugene V. Cota-Robles Fellowship, UC Irvine
2012-2017 Social Sciences Merit Fellowship, UC Irvine
2013/15/16 Anthropology Department, Summer Funding Fellowship
2012-2013 Dean of Graduate School Recruitment Fellowship, UC Irvine
2012 Competitive Edge Scholar Grant, UC Irvine
2011 Ronald E. McNair Scholarship, UC Berkeley
n.d. “Correlating Discrimination: Statistics, Representation, and the Making of Corporate Collaboration.” In progress.
2012 “Scientific Validation? How Bioprospecting Laboratory Practices Contribute to the Devaluation of Traditional Medicine.” McNair Undergrad. Research Journal. Vol 19.
2011 “Toxicity of medicinal plants used in traditional medicine in Northern Peru,” with R.W. Bussmann, G. Malca, A. Glenn, D. Sharon, B. Nilsen, B. Parris, D. Dubose, D. Ruiz, J. Saleda, M. Martinez, K. Walker, A. Kuhlman, A. Townesmith. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 137 (1): 121-40.
2018 What Can We Do for DREAMers? (with Caitlin Fouratt) Anthropology News website, April 10.
2018 The Spirit of Affirmative Action in Hollywood and Academia. Anthropology News website, March 21.
2018 Diversity Audited (A Short How-To Guide). Anthropology News website, February 6.
2017 Advocating Professionalism or Muting Mental Health Problems? Anthropology News website, November 21.
2017 Beyond the Criminal Discourse in Title IX Procedures. Anthropology News website, October 26.
2017 The Disastrous End for DACA Students and Workers. Anthropology News website, September 25.
2017 Deconstructing the Millennial Classroom. Anthropology News website, August 29.
2017 Racial Projects: Classifying Racial Ambiguity for Equal Employment. Anthropology News website, June 26.
2017 Six Ways Anthropologists Can Challenge White Supremacy. Anthropology News website, March 27.
Papers Presented (Selected)
2018 “Managerial Interventions in Discrimination.” Academics as Consultants. Society for Applied Anthropology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 4 (Organizer).
2018 “Diversity Management and The Gift: The Semiotic and Racializing Processes of Affective Labor.” Department of Anthropology. Duke University, March 30.
2018 “Paying it Forward: The Gift, Debt, and Racial Economies of Solidarity.” Brown Bag Seminar. Department of Gender & Sexuality Studies. UC Irvine, February 7.
2017 “Question Marks: Racial Visions of Classifying and Categorizing in Diversity Management.” Techniques of the Corporation: Anthropological Interventions in Corporate Knowledge-Making. American Anthropology Association, Washington D.C. Dec 1 (Organizer).
2017 “Racial Visions: Uncertainty, Diversity Techniques, and Corporate Relationality.” Techniques of the Corporation, University of Toronto, Canada, May 5.
2016 “Negotiating Trauma After Jim Crow: Diversity Experts’ Profit Strategies in the New Economy.” The Evidence of Trauma. American Anthropology Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Nov 16 (Chair).
2016 “The Science of Inclusion: Re-Making Diversity within Corporate Social Responsibility.” Society for Applied Anthropology, Vancouver, Canada, April 2.
PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS
2018 Academia is Our Workplace. Anthropology Department. Funded by Decade Social Sciences Council. UC Irvine. 28 February. (Designed and Facilitated)
2017 The Essentials for Aspiring Leaders. Texas Diversity and Leadership Conference. National Diversity Council, Houston, TX. 20 April.
2016 Power, Privilege, and Influence. Northern California Diversity and Leadership Conference. National Diversity Council, San Francisco, CA. 7 June.
Linguistic Anthropology, UC Irvine (Summer 2018)
Game of Thrones and Anthropology, UC Irvine (Summer 2016).
Educational Privatization and the Struggle for Free Universities, UC Berkeley (Fall 2011).
General Education K-12, Substitute Teacher, San Lorenzo Unified School District (2011-2012).
People in Society, Upper-division Writing Course, UC Irvine (Online-Winter 2018).
Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology, UC Irvine (Winter 2014; Online-Summer 2017).
Introduction to Chicano/Latino Studies, UC Irvine (Spring 2014).
APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY EXPERIENCE
2014 — Contract Ethnographer, ROOT Inc. Design and Customer Experience Research
2016 — 2017 Executive Director and Co-Founder, Diversity Research Institute
2016 Diversity and Inclusion Consultant, IKEA (Spring & Summer)
2013/15 Graduate Student Researcher, UC Irvine (Spring & Summer 2015, Winter 2013)
SERVICE TO PROFESSION
Contributing Editor, Anthropology News, Association for Political and Legal Anthropology (2018 —)
Opinion Columnist, Anthropology News, Diversity in the Workplace (2017— )
Reviewer, EPIC2017. Conference Proceedings (2017)
Dean’s Fellowship Advisory Committee (2014 — 2017)
Department of Anthropology, Professional Development Peer Mentor (PDPM) (2014 – 2016)
Department of Anthropology, Graduate Student Representative (2014 – 2015)
UCI Anthropology Undergraduate Committee, Curriculum Analyst (2013)
RELATED PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
Course Design Certification, Center for Engaged Instruction, UC Irvine (August 2017)
Certified Diversity Professional. National Diversity Council (November 2015)
Spanish — Native, Fluent in Speech and Writing