Project Investigator and Manager. Race, Immigration, and Citizenship in the Americas, National Science Foundation funded project. Managed a team of 10 undergraduate and 3 graduate students on this cross-national, 6-year project as well as its budget and IT infrastructure (2007-2013).
Mentor, Grinnell College, Mentor Advanced Projects (MAP) and Mellon-Mays Undergraduate Fellows (2007-Present). Mentor students in the practice of social research. 2007- present.
Assistant Director, Center for Comparative Social Analysis, UCLA. Organized year-long seminar series with prominent scholars, a yearly graduate student conference, and master classes with visiting scholars, 2000-2002.
Founding Director, Fort Bend Children’s Center. Managed a staff of 4 and 12 fulltime volunteers in this multi-agency non-profit organization concerned with child welfare. Signed inter-agency MOUs and investigative protocols. Co-led a capital campaign for a new facility, established policies and procedures, and an IT infrastructure, 1996-1999.