National History Day Judge, Regional
Greensboro, N.C., April 9, 2016
Junior Websites
– Reviewed six digital history websites, created a critique based on rubric, and compared notes with fellow judges.
– Provided in-person constructive criticism and suggestions to participants.
– Wrote extensive critiques and suggestions, delivered to participants to assist them with project revisions.

Dean Bruno and I reading the Constitution and Bill of Rights to students at the NCSU Brickyard.
Reading the Constitution and Bill of Rights to students at the NCSU Brickyard.

Constitution Week, Daughters of the American Revolution
North Carolina State University, September 17, 2014
– Coordinated a live reading of the Constitution and Bill of Rights with NCSU History Professors and students on the “Brickyard.”
– Created and performed this event for the Daughters of the American Revolution Constitution Week celebration and to teach NCSU students about the document.
– Contacted student body president, who sent campus wide email stating event, and the University agreed to ring to Belltower bells for the “Bells Across America” event.
– Created social media hashtags to spread the event across campus.

Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, NPS
Greensboro, N.C., July 2013
Visitor Services Volunteer
– Answered patron inquiries, provided directional information, and informed visitors of educational programs.
– Educated visitors about Revolutionary War history with interpretive video. Performed living history in historic buildings.
– Performed living history in historic buildings and taught children about historic games.

Colonial America Living History Interpreter and Revolutionary War Re-enactor                  2008 – 2013
– Living history interpreter at Colonial Heritage Center, of Guilford Courthouse National Military Park.
– Re-enacted the “Battle of Guilford Courthouse” in Greensboro, N.C. for five years, “Fort Ninety-Six,” Camden, S.C., and “House in the Horseshoe,” Sanford, N.C.