PhD, History, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, expected graduation 2023
Dissertation Topic: Black Milwaukee: Adversity after WWII
Master of Science, Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business (Specialization Management), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Bachelor of Arts, (Major in Africology), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
African American migration.
African American cultural identity.
Revolts and uprisings within the African Diaspora
AFRIC 112 Introduction to African American History, 1865 to Present
AFRIC 265 Phycological Effects of Racism
HIST 151 American History: 1607 to 1877
HIST 152 American History: 1877 to the Present
Africology 100 Black Reality: Survey of African American Society
Alexander, K. “Media Influence on Me”. Myriad, Volume 9, No. 1, 2000
Milwaukee’s Welcome Home Project Coordinator, UPP (2019 – Current)
Milwaukee Bronzeville Arts and Memory: A Digital Humanities Project Arts Wisconsin (2021 – Current)
Living for the City: The Black Middle Class in Milwaukee Research Project University of Wisconsin Milwaukee/ Marquette University (2021 – Current)
TMJ4 Annual Positively Milwaukee Award. (2017) TMJ4
Outstanding Teacher Award. (2010) Milwaukee Association of Ministers.