She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in state institutions and policy, public policy, and diversity in public administration. Her research focuses on political participation, voter disenfranchisement, and citizen perceptions of the electoral system.

I teach undergraduate courses in state policy and governance and graduate courses in policy analysis, and diversity in public administration.

My scholarship focuses on the political participation and administrative experiences of marginalized populations, I am currently working on projects that address the administrative structure of rights restoration for citizens with felony convictions, citizen confidence in electoral outcomes, and the consequences of administrative discretion on voter experiences.

Past Affiliations
PhD, Kent State University, Political Science, 2012
MA, Kent State University, Justice Studies, 2006
BA, Hampton University, Psychology, 2003
voting felony disenfranchisement race/ethnicity election administration political behavior political participation
American Political Science Association
Midwest Political Science Assocation