My academic training and professional experience allows me to teach introductory and advanced courses in American politics and public policy. In addition to my experience as a teaching assistant and course instructor, I worked for a non-profit organization that prepared first-generation students for success in college before graduate school. I am passionate about student engagement with the community and improving diversity and inclusion in higher education.

Teaching Experience

Instructor, The College of New Jersey

  • Introduction to American Government, Fall 2020
  • American Public Policy, Fall 2020

Instructor, Stanford University

  • Digital Civil Society, Fall 2019

Teaching Assistant, Brown University

  • The American Presidency, Spring 2016
  • Campaigns and Elections, Fall 2015
  • Gender Politics, Spring 2015
  • Introduction to the American Political Process, Fall 2014
  • Politics and Public Education, Spring 2013
  • Public Budgeting and Management, Fall 2014, 2015, 2016

Certificates

  • Sheridan Teaching Seminar Certificate in Reflective Teaching, Brown University 2014 - 2015

Select Student Comments

  • “Cadence was always very personable which was helpful when I needed help. But also the feedback on papers was extremely helpful not only for the class but to improve my writing in general.”
  • “Cadence was amazing I went to her office hours three times throughout the semester. She was extremely helpful with my paper and always accessible if I had any questions. I emailed her numerous times and she always responded immediately with helpful information.”
  • “Cadence was very responsive to and open to questions. She was extremely welcoming and I was never intimidated or hesitated to ask her questions about course material or anything related to the course. She managed the limited time we had in section very well and prompted student participation.”
  • “I enjoyed having Cadence as my TA. She was extremely helpful when I asked her questions, and she actively reached out to our section by sending out e-mails with helpful tips and reminders about the exams and essays.”