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During the Summer of 2020, I served as the Folklife Intern at the North Carolina Arts Council, supervised by Director of Folk and Traditional Arts Zoe Van Buren.
The Kentucky Musical Legacy Project is an NEA grant-funded initiative of the Kentucky Folklife Program, documenting and presenting the musical traditions of South Central Kentucky. As a Folk Studies graduate student at WKU and KFP’s Graduate Assistant, I have contributed to the project in a variety of ways.
In the fall of 2020, as the Graduate Assistant at the Kentucky Folklife Program, I organized four virtual “watch parties” of documentary films on KFP’s Facebook Live channel.
From 2019-2020, I served as the Editorial Assistant for the Journal of American Folklore, the flagship publication of the American Folklore Society.
Two successful grants I applied for and received from the Kentucky Oral History Commission.
In Fall of 2019, I joined the Kentucky Folklife Program and a team of WKU Folk Studies students and faculty in producing four narrative stages showcasing South Central Kentucky traditional culture at a local cultural festival in Horse Cave, Kentucky.