I am a biological anthropologist with expertise in human-primate conflict and ethnoprimatology, a research area focused on the interface between humans and non-human primates. My research on Caribbean green monkeys includes extensive methods in primatology, ethnography, and geographic information systems. 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 here. I am a Research Associate in the Baylor University Department of Anthropology and an adjunct anthropology instructor in the Marist College School of Science and the Eastern Kentucky University Department of Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Work.