My goal as a professor is to offer my students the opportunity to address real-world problems. To that end, I pair lectures with experiential learning to guide my students in attaining three educational goals: (1) use political science theories to contextualize world happenings; (2) develop the necessary political efficacy to evaluate policy debates and political arguments; and, (3) embrace their roles as intellectuals and global citizens.


I have taught Introduction to Government at UC Irvine and Chapman University. I am qualified to teach courses in Comparative Politics and Public Policy, including Introduction to Comparative Politics, European Politics, Introduction to Public Policy, Methods in Public Policy,  Comparative Public Policy, Social Welfare Policy, and Human Rights, to name a few.