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Around Wikimedia[edit]

Wikipedia editing foci[edit]

Interesting WikiProjects[edit]

While I have not joined these WikiProjects, their objectives coincide with my interests and editing habits.

Useful Wikipedia Stuff[edit]

Handy Cleanup Templates[edit]

My Wikipedia Books[edit]

Curriculum Vitae[edit]

Post-Secondary Education[edit]

Master of Divinity, on hiatus
May 2006 – May 2010
Wake Forest University, School of Divinity, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, 2005
Computer Science (minor area)
Wake Forest University, Undergraduate College of Arts and Sciences, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Employment Experience[edit]

Website Administrator
Episcopal Mental Illness Network (EMIN)[1]
January 2012–Present
Technical Assistant
Department of Music Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Winter–Spring 2011
Sacristan and Chaplains' Assistant / Bookstore Clerk
Kanuga Conference Center, Hendersonville, North Carolina
Summer 2008
St. Anne's Episcopal Church[2], Winston-Salem, North Carolina
2007–2008 Academic Year
Research Assistant
Wake Forest University School of Divinity, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
2006–2007 Academic Year



  1. ^ An organization within The Episcopal Church, EMIN's national ministry is to share resources for advocacy and education on issues related to mental health and resources to encourage and support local ministries with those affected by mental illness.
  2. ^ "St. Anne's Episcopal Church".