Other Work Experience




Coaching and Organizing

2017-2018                  Quebec Women’s and Girls’ Field Lacrosse Developer
2017 -2018                 Director of Coaching Development for Quebec Women’s and Girls’ Field Lacrosse
2014- 2018    Head Coach of McGill University Women’s Lacrosse Team 
(200 volunteer hours per season)

2016- present  Head Coach of Westmount Lynx Girls’ Lacrosse Program  
(and coach of U16 and U11 team, fall and spring seasons)

2016- 2017     Head Organizer of Women's Lacrosse Representation at the 150 Year Anniversary of Canadian Lacrosse, June 2017 

(included organizing 5 events: panel event on Gender and Sports, Public Clinic with Members of Team Canada, a Senior Jamboree Tournament, a U16 tournament, a U11 tournament): 300 volunteer hours

2014- 2015   Clinic organizer at Westmount High School 
( 10 volunteer hours per clinic)

2006-2007   Assistant Coach of Spartan Lacrosse Junior High School Team

(Certifications: Women's Lacrosse Learning Facilitator by the Canadian Lacrosse Association, Learning Facilitator certification by the Coaching Association of Canada, Competitive and Community Coaching certifications by the Canadian Lacrosse Association)


2016-2017                  Member of Team Canada Lacrosse High Performance Team
2016                  Member of Team Canada National Athlete Pool Member (Lacrosse)
2016                  Invited to Team Canada Lacrosse Training Camp for 2017 World Cup
2012-2014                  McGill Lacrosse Team Athlete
2008-2010                  Wesleyan University Varsity Lacrosse Team (recruited)
2008                  represented USA in tournaments in China and Japan

Kayak Rolling Clinic Instructor, Montreal 2015-2016 (VHF radio operator licensed)
Surf Camp Counselor and Instructor of Private Surf Lessons for Girl in the Curl Surf Shop of Dana Point from summer 2004-2006 (and shop clerk)

Agricultural Work/ Environmental/ Food Work
Long Lane Organic Farm of Wesleyan University
Manager of Community Outreach, Special Events, and Activities (fall 2008- spring 2012);   Yearly organizer of Pumpkin Fest: a fall festival open to the Middletown community with an average of  400-500 guests; Yearly organizer of May Day Festival: the spring equivalent of Pumpkin Fest; Organizer of organic farming workshops with children from the Middletown community (3-6 per semester); Organizer of farm work days for Wesleyan students; in charge of publicity and public representation (i.e. doing interviews for magazines and university publications)
Co-Manager of Agricultural Activities, spring 2008- spring 2012
France: Summer Farm Intern, summer 2010 near Douarnenez and Oléac-Dessus in the Hautes Pyrenees
Ireland: Summer Farm Intern, summer 2009 near Wicklow and near Mullingar
A Little Imagination Cakes Bakery: Cakes for Weddings and Special Events
Intern, October 2010 through April 2011
Sustainability Consulting
Davis Langdon Architectural Consulting Company, summer 2008
Intern as Sustainable Consultant
Duties included: creation of a materials library, setting up client meetings, office assistant to the four consultants, and research assistant

Farm House
Head Resident of Program Housing, 2011-2012
Highest Position available for a student in Wesleyan’s administration
Includes 150 hours of job training
Responsibilities: Responsible directly for 24 staff members and indirectly, their residents (about 20 percent of the university’s student population); monitor health and safety standards; monitor my staff’s work in developing their communities, promoting social justice; conduct biweekly staff meetings
House Manager of Farm House, 2009- 2010 and 2010- 2011
Recipient of House Manager of the Year Award for 2010-2011
Responsible for creating at minimum 12 social justice themed programs a year, but over the two year period I created over 50, including: Leading workshops on Women’s nutritional health and environmental impacts; Bringing guest lecturers to campus (like: the founders of Bloodroot Feminist Vegetarian Restaurant, Mark Winne, Executive Director of the Hartford Food System and food policy author, multiple workshops on Wild Edibles Foraging, the Bee Hive Collective, and more); Organizing Film Screenings (i.e. Food Fight screening with the director present); Community Building with events (like bread making, weekly house dinners, and other food workshops); Organizing community outreach events involving the university’s farm (see below)
Founder of Farm House, spring 2009
Proposed a new program house for the campus residential life options dedicated to food politics; Worked with the administration to secure a house for 15 students to live in, all dedicated to food politics


Nordic ski racer, kayaking (white water and sea), distance running, triathlons, Japanese wood-blocking (print-making), and beer brewing