Going door-to-door to speak to businesses in Detroit about an upcoming Ticco event
Going door-to-door to speak to businesses in Detroit about an upcoming Ticco event
Working with community stakeholders to explore ideas for park improvements in Wilmington
Working with community stakeholders to explore ideas for park improvements in Wilmington
Serving as a panelist on a session during Long Beach Architecture Week 2019
Serving as a panelist on a session during Long Beach Architecture Week 2019
Tabling at a community event to speak to residents in Wilmington
Tabling at a community event to speak to residents in Wilmington
Leading a training session on equity for the Long Beach Cultural Heritage Commission
Leading a training session on equity for the Long Beach Cultural Heritage Commission
Delivering a plenary address to conference attendees
Delivering a plenary address to conference attendees
I enjoy working with small and large groups of people, and I do so often. Here are just a few examples of the ways I've connected with others:
Door-to-door canvassing
Sharing my work in blog or podcast interviews
Serving as a moderator or panelist at conferences
Delivering a presentation as a conference keynote or plenary speaker
Delivering presentations at commission/public meetings
Delivering presentations to associations (such as IAP2 Orange County, Business Districts, etc.) 
Conducting outreach/tabling at festivals and community events
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I also work well in a digital setting. I serve as Adjunct Faculty in Goucher College's Master's of Historic Preservation program, and work with students from afar! The program is all remote, aside from a one-week residency at the university's Maryland campus (as a result of COVID-19 this will not take place in 2020.) 
This summer I'll be teaching "Business Essentials for Preservationists," which will equip students with the skills needed to understand contracts, respond to RFPs, pitch themselves and their company, prepare portfolios, and keep books.