I am a biological anthropologist with expertise in human-primate conflict and ethnoprimatology, a field that investigates the interface between humans and non-human primates. My research on Caribbean vervet monkeys includes extensive methods in geographic information systems, primatology, and ethnography. In December 2013, I earned my Ph.D from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. My dissertation, “An Anthropological Investigation of the Dynamic Human-Vervet Monkey (Chlorocebus aethiops sabaeus) Interface in St. Kitts, West Indies,” is available upon request. I am a Research Associate in the University of Texas at San Antonio Department of Anthropology; an adjunct anthropology professor in the Marist College School of Science and the Eastern Kentucky University Department of Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Work; and an anthropology teacher in the Trinity-Pawling School Science Department.