K12 Mathematics Education and Outreach Activities
 Intown Atlanta Math Teachers' Circles: In spring 2017, I helped to start a math teachers' circle at Emory in collaboration with Georgia Tech and Georgia State. We will be hosting summer workshops and monthly meetups for K12 mathematics educators.
 Emory Math Circle: In January 2014, I started a weekly math circle for middle and high school students at Emory. I am the director and the lead instructor for level A. During the last two years, we have been part of the inaugural class of the Math Circle Mentorship and Partnership Program. Through Emory Math Circle, I have also participated in the Atlanta Science Festival Exploration Expo, run occasional events at the Children's Museum of Atlanta, hosted competitions like the AMC and Math Kangeroo, held Julia Robinson Math Festivals at Emory, and run a oneweek summer program.
 Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics: During the summers of 2016 and 2017, I was a junior faculty at BEAM 7, a program to help underserved students in NYC enter advanced study in mathematics.
 Sarah's Stockpile of Math Enrichment Resources: I recently started a blog to collect math enrichment resources for K12 students, parents, and teachers  including games, toys, books, programs, and websites.
 PROMYS: I was a counselor in the summer of 2013.
 Princeton School Plus: I taught weekly middle and high school math enrichment classes for three years.
 Princeton University Mathematics Competition: I ran, and later advised, the logistical aspects of the competition, including recruiting and overseeing about 100 volunteers.
 Princeton Splash: I taught a few classes and helped with the logistical aspects of the daylong learning extravaganza.
 Princeton Math Circle: I assisted with and taught at this math circle, which has now become The Mercer County Math Circle.
 MathPath: I was a counselor during the summer of 2010, and taught a course in group theory.
 SWIM: I was an RA and TA at this 2 week long summer program in mathematics for high school girls during the summer of 2010.
University Level Mathematics Education and Outreach Activities
 The Graduate Computer Science and Maths Society: I am currently the Vice President/Departmental Representative. My main job is to be a liaison between the grad students and the department, although I also help to plan and run events.
 Emory Mathematics REU: I was an instructor here during the summers of 2014 and 2015, working with two or three groups of undergraduate students. I also participated in this program twice as an undergraduate student.
 Emory Calculus Instructor: I taught Calc 1 (Fall 2014) and Calc 2 (Spring 2015) at Emory as the instructor of record.
 Princeton Math Club: I was the president for two years (but involved all four years), and did lots of things to try and improve the experience of math majors, including planning colloquia and social events, running programs that encouraged undergrads to interact outside of the classroom with graduate students and faculty, holding information sessions on REUs, independent work, and graduate school, and being a liaison between the department and undergraduate students.
NonMathematical Education and Outreach Activities
 Camp Mosey Wood: I was a counselor at this girl scout camp during the summer of 2009.
 Good Shepherd Karate Academy: I taught karate throughout middle and high school at this karate school specializing in kids with disabilities. I worked extensively with kids on the autism spectrum.
