2012−present: Founding Member and Contributing Editor, The Junto: A Group Blog on Early American History.
2013−present: Producer and Contributor, The JuntoCast, a monthly podcast featuring discussions on early American history, academia, pedagogy, and public history.
2020: Grant Panel Reviewer, National Endowment for the Humanities, November.
2019: Historical Consultant, Hamilton: The Exhibit, Chicago, IL.
2018: Producer/Writer, “The Prison Ship Martyrs Monument,” episode in Gotham Center for New York City History podcast series “Sites and Sounds” with Open New York. (Series nominated for The Guides Association of New York City’s award for “Outstanding Achievement in Radio Program or Podcast.”)
2018: Keynote speaker, New Jersey Council for the Social Studies Conference, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ, October 22.
2017: Creator, “The Historiography of the American Revolution: A Timeline.”
2017: Co-Organizer, “Ideological Origins at 50: Power, Rights, and the Rise and Fall of Free States,” conference, USC-Early Modern Studies Institute/Yale Center for Historical Enquiry & Social Sciences, April 20-21.
2017: Guest Lecturer, “Alexander Hamilton and the Constitution,” in Alexander Hamilton’s America, online teachers seminar, Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.
2013−2015: Chair, Yale Early American History seminar (YEAH), Yale University.
2014: On-Air Consultant, “Revolution,” a three-part television documentary produced by the Discovery Networks.
2013: Organizer and Panelist, “History and Education in Contemporary US Politics,” The Left Forum, New York, NY, June 9.
2012−2013: “How to Apply to Graduate School in the Humanities,” invited seminar presentation, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY, April 27 and October 26, 2012 and April 12, 2013.
2012−2013: Co-Chair, Yale Early American History Seminar (YEAH), Yale University.
2012: Member, Graduate Student Panel for External Departmental Review Committee, Department of History, Yale University.