Recent Awards and Achievements

Variety Magazine — 110 Top Students to Watch

Grey's Anatomy — Writer's P.A. — 2015 •

• Writing Internship with HBO — Writer of minisode for Getting On

• Artistay and Camac Fellowship — 3-month residency •
Funded in part by the Tenot Foundation (through December 2015)

• Emmy Foundation Writing Scholarship

• Advance Sitcom Writing Program at Northwestern University •
Pilot produced and funded by Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Dharma is a top ten Finalist with the Actor's Theatre of Charlotte

The Actor's Theatre of Charlotte has announced that Dharma is a top ten finalist for its annual nuVoices Festival.  The annual festival focuses on original and cutting-edge playwriting. The festival offers a unique program that fosters appreciation for the creative process of playwrights while putting together a one-of-a-kind event for the national thespian community. The process begins with a period of play submissions that are narrowed down to a handful of chosen works. Directors, designers and actors are brought together to help the playwrights breathe life into their plays, which are then showcased at staged readings, with a single play chosen as the festival’s winner.

2015 Residency

I am honored to have been awarded a three-month writing residency in France which is, in part, funded by the Tenot Foundation. It is in cooperation with the Camac and Artistay.

I've received this residency based on my international development and social justice work, including a pilot on the futility of anti-trafficking programming in Asia.  


Next week I'll be performing as part of Sins: A Storytelling Event, presented by the Northwestern University Entertainment Alliance. Come watch me lay bare my soul along with a group of other talented storytellers.

September 24, 2015 at 8pm
Drinks and desserts at 7:30pm
at The Zephyr Theatre

Tickets are available here or at the door.

Theater Unbound presents Slut

My stage play Slut has been selected for a reading with Theatre Unbound in Minneapolis.

Theatre Unbound will present readings of 6 semifinalists in the Little Black Dress Ink (LBDI) international ONSTAGE competition, one night only: Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 7:30 PM. Admission is free.

Read more here.