Seattle, Washington, USA
bookwormx [at] riseup [dot] net 
Raised in Fairview, Oregon under challenging circumstances, I spent my formative years living in an industrial farming community of migrant laborers near the mouth of Columbia River Gorge. I attended local primary and secondary schools near Fairview, as well as alternative education programs for juvenile delinquency. A first-generation post-secondary student, I received several need-based grants to sustain my initial education, which included a formal interdisciplinary program, advanced individual studies, an externship, and study abroad modules. Thereafter I pursued third-level work in theoretical psychology, competed comprehensive clinical-training as a psychotherapist in a community outpatient clinic and subsequently graduated with honors.
▸ A. A. S. / Shoreline Community College (2003, Contemporary Moral Problems Unit)
▸ B. A. / The Evergreen State College (2009, SPBC Program: Community Psychology / Literary Theory) 
▸ M. A. / Seattle University (2011, Psychology / Existential-Phenomenology)

My proficiencies include: continental philosophy, phenomenology, literary theory, hermeneutics, theoretical psychoanalysis, community psychology, Black diaspora studies, critical race theory, turn of the century Rap music and Tupacian lyricism. My research & writing interests include: discourse analysis, radical ecology and criminology, antiracism and race relations in the United States, regressive leftism, sociopolitical attitudes and identity politics, Hip-Hop theory and pedagogy, recuperation, policing and eschatology

10 years superintendent experience as a Publisher and Editor:  Developed and executed editorial strategies, executive policies and procedures  Directed editorial boards, content acquisition, website design and administration, and re-publishing (print-to-web) efforts  Reviewed freelance proposals from writers and artists, selected manuscripts for publication, corresponded with the public, conducted interviews, created content, and supervised assistant Editors
▸ 7 years progressive experience providing comprehensive social work and mental-health services in residential, field-based and clinical-outpatient settings:  Conducted outreach, intake, psychotherapy and case-management for insolvent patients • Developed and implemented individual treatment plans (ITP), individual education plans (IEP), crisis intervention directives, and conducted ongoing mental-health assessments
 7 years experience providing freelance consulting services to proprietors, non-profit corporations and students:  Provided clients with counseling, executive direction, constructive criticism, general oversight and project management  Conducted primary and secondary research, concurrent analysis and presentation
▸ 3 years experience as lead teacher in Early Childhood Education classrooms: • Managed and supervised classroom, planned and facilitated developmentally appropriate emergent curriculum, directed outdoor classroom design • Completed ongoing assessments of social-emotional, psychical, cognitive, and language maturation according to the Creative Curriculum's Developmental Continuum • Conducted parent-teacher conferences and supported executive administration in maintaining NAEYC accrediation for early learning programs

         Publisher / Editor
▸ Publisher / The Commonline Journal (2007-present)
▸ Editor / International Journal of Radical Critique (2010-present)
▸ Editor / Genius [crowd-sourced knowledge-base] (2013-present)
         Sociology / Psychology 
▸ Paraprofessional Substitute / Academy for Precision Learning (2000-03) 
▸ Residential Counselor / Fodor Homes (2003-05)
▸ Activities Director / Fodor Homes (2005-06)
▸ Student-Research Advocate / TESC Theory-Praxis Internship (2007)
 Mental Health Therapist / Atlantic Street Center (2010-12)
▸ Preschool Teacher Lead / Interlake Childcare & Learning Center (2014-17)
▸ Broad-Spectrum Consultant / Various Freelance (2010-Present)
          Skilled / Unskilled Labor
▸ Shop Assistant / Lynn Hufford Construction (1996-97)
▸ Salesclerk Bugle Boy Industries (1997-98)
▸ Freight Dockworker / United Parcel Service (1998-00)
▸ Auditor / Silver Cloud Inn (2000-03)
 Food Service Worker / Various (2003-10)
▸ Driver / Various (2004-10)

▸ University of Washington SLP Grand Rounds on Traumatic Brain Injury (02/2007) 
▸ The Evergreen State College Symposiom "Community Psychology Versus" (09/2007) 
▸ The Evergreen State College Symposium on Psychoneuroimmunology (03/2008) 
▸ Department of Behavior & Society Colloquium on Complementary Alternative Medicine Therapies (12/2008) 
▸ Department of Behavior & Society Colloquium on Neuroplasticity (12/2008) 
▸ University of Washington Colloquium: Pleasures and Perils of Culture (03/2010) 
▸ Seattle University Workshop on Brief Solution-Oriented Therapy (04/2010) 
▸ Seattle University Seminar: Obtaining Graduate Level Internships (02/2011)
▸ UW School of Social Work Invited Symposium: Criminology Questions in Washington State (09/2015)
▸ UW Invited Symposium II: “Unleashing the Power of Prevention to Achieve Community Impact" (01/2016)  
          Continuing Education
▸ Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy [10 credits] (03/2012)
▸ AWSU Experimental College [various] (2012-2016)
▸ Positive Behavior Guidance [2 credit Merit] (2016)
          Associations & Memberships
▸ Society for Existential Analysis 
▸ International Journal of Radical Critique 
▸ Registry of Open Access Repositories
▸ Genius Media Group Inc.
▸ Viktor Frankl Institute

▸ Texas Law Review Dicta, 91 (2012). "Book Review: The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness" / N. Sciullo
▸ Syracuse University Press (2013). The Room and the World: Essays on the Poet Stephen Dunn / Laura McCullough, ED.
▸ King's Review (2013). "Journy to Justice: American Dreams and NightMares After Rosa Parks" / D. Dias, QC 
▸ Lakefront Historian (2014). "Reflections on DuSable to Obama: Chicago’s Black Metropolis" / Devin Leigh
▸ People of Color Organize (2013). "The New Jim Crow Discredited, Advocates Demand Revision" / A. Johnson
 Press Street/Antenna (2013). "Is the New Jim Crow the Same Old White Supremacy?" / G. Barrow   
▸ Cornell University: Africana Student Corner (2014). "Free Marissa: The Criminalization and Mass Incarceration of Black Women" - N. Gabriel 
▸ Journal of Socialism & Democracy, 28:3 (2014). "Insurgent Intellectual: Mumia Abu-Jamal in the Age of Mass Incarceration" / N. Fort.
▸ Fractured Atlas/ Nat.Brut (2015). "Virginia G. Loperena’s Best Book Read in 2014: “The New Jim Crow” by Michelle Alexander" - ED. Kayla E.
▸ Argument & Critique (2015). "Review: The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindnes" - P. Webb.
 Metropolitan Review (2015). "Conviction" / A. Warren 
▸ Berkeley Journal of Employment & Labor Law (2015). "Recent Publications, 36" / J. Emp. & Lab. L.
University of North Carolina Press (2016). "Beyond Integration: The Black Freedom Struggle in Escambia County, Florida, 1960-1980" - M. Butler