Ashford Humanities Review


Chair, Publications Committee, Ashford University (2013-2016)

Brought together 23 full-time and adjunct faculty members from across programs and colleges. Under my leadership, the committee built a series of digital student publications where there had been none — including a creative writing journal, The Ash, and a critical journal, Ashford Humanities Review — effectively creating a gathering place for students from across the United States to share their work and enter into literary discourse for the first time.

Ashford Humanities Review. Ashford University, 2015,

The Ashford Humanities Review features undergraduate essays that clearly relate and contribute to given subjects or topics across the field of Humanities (Literature, History, Linguistics, Music, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Foreign Languages, Art and Art History).