I am an Assistant Professor at the University of Rhode Island and earned a PhD in history from SUNY Binghamton with a concentration on U.S. women’s history in the 20th century. My book, Women’s Antiwar Diplomacy during the Viet Nam War Era, provides a window on the nature of the relationships forged between U.S. women in civil rights, peace, and women’s liberation organizations and their Vietnamese counterparts in the 1960s and 1970s. In the summer of 2015, I was lucky enough to travel to Viet Nam to interview former people’s diplomats as part of my research for this project. My work has been recognized by the Organization of American Historians and the American Association of University Women. I have received financial support from the American Council of Learned Societies, the Sally Bingham Center at Duke University, the Schlesinger Library at Harvard University, the Sophia Smith Collection at Smith College, and the Swarthmore College Peace Collection at Swarthmore College, among others. At the University of Rhode Island, I enjoy teaching on social movements, environmental justice, and human rights issues in courses that consider gender, race, and class central categories of analysis.