My teaching interests lie at the intersection of urban policy and social policy. In keeping with my research in vulnerable populations and their welfare in various regional, urban and neighborhood settings, I am interested in and prepared to teach courses related to community development, urban policy, urban demography, GIS application, and other policy-related courses such as policy analysis and program evaluation. 

In the Department of Public Management and Policy at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, I have taught undergraduate Policy Data Analysis (PMAP 4041) and Economic Development Policy (PMAP 4451), and have been a teaching assistant for undergraduate Economic Development Policy and graduate-level Microeconomics for Public Policy (PMAP 8141) for two semesters both.