Appointed Assistant Professor of Dance at Temple University, Boyer College of Music and Dance, with a focus on Africanist Perspectives in Contemporary Dance Practices. June, 2019
Panelist: Body Maneuvers: Radical Shifts in Caribbean Transnational Identities. Caribbean Studies Association (CSA) 2018. Havana Cuba, June 4-8, 2018.
Choreographer: The Rite of Spring. Festival Ballet Providence. Providence, RI. March 2018.
Conference Presentation: “The Body of Essence: Ring Shout and other Afro-futurities,” with ChE, and Andre M. Zachery at The Collegium for African Diaspora Dance (CADD), Duke University, February 16-18, 2018
Curated "The Sphinx Returns" at Grace Exhibition Space and Gallery, NY, Sept 19 - Dec 19, 2015
Panelist, “Emancipating the Past: Unchain the Future” panel and performance, David C. Driskell Center University of Maryland, College Park, March 26, 2015
Curatorial advisor, essayist, performer, and moderator for "Black Male Revisited: Experimental Representations Through The Ephemeral Form" performance series, Paper: "Black Male Revisited: A Performative Text, Perfomance: D.R.O.M.P.," Panel (moderator): "Considering Contemporary Practices and the Distribution of “New” Black Creativitity," Danspace Project, New York, NY, February 2014
Curator of group exhibition, "inAction: The Virtuosity of Presence," Topaz Arts, Woodside, NJ, July 2013
Artist in residence, "Movement Research," New York, NY, July 2013 – 2015
Scholarship recipient, Sono Osato Scholarship, Career Transition for Dancers, 2013
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