M.S., M.A., PhD., Owner and Guide
Before falling in love with Salem, I was a college educator in the sciences and humanities for over 10 years.
I studied biology, theology, and American studies. That seems like an odd combination, right?
All three fields helped me explore how people relate to themselves, each other, and their environment. Through the stories of Salem’s history, that’s what I’d like to invite you to explore on my tours.
How did I end up as a tour guide in Salem? Besides reading tons of books and talking to students about them, what I most loved about teaching was inviting others to explore new ideas, have great conversations, and relate them to their own experiences in a safe and supportive environment. History is only relevant when it’s relatable, and I’d love to help you find stories that are meaningful to you.
When I’m not giving tours, I teach yoga, walk my dog, podcast, and try not to eat too much ice cream (whatever that means).
- Salem Historical Society (and Board Member)
- House of the Seven Gables
- Historic New England
- Greater Boston Tour Guide Association