I am an oral historian with a background in radio and nonprofit programming. I currently work at the University of California, Berkeley's Oral History Center, where I conduct and record interviews with diverse narrators and co-direct the center's education division.
Before moving back to the Bay Area, I helped start oral history collections in public and tribal libraries and travelled across the United States recording people as a StoryCorps facilitator. In my former life as an American Studies doctoral student, I wrote and thought about USDA radio programming, Asian American & LatinX racial formations, food, affective technologies, transnational cultures and critical theory.
My first love will always be radio and I am always looking for collaborative projects and freelance opportunities.