- I was President (2019-20) and Vice President (2017-19) of the Conference on Latin American History
- I’ve held a variety of positions within Florida International University Department of History and Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center and hope you’ll check out the frequent news about my wonderful colleagues and students
- I belong to La Patrona Collective which honors the memory of historian María Elena Martínez
- I am on the Editorial Board of The Hispanic American Historical Review
Collaborations (all linked in menu under collaborations)
- Chacra Teaching Collective: A community of scholar-teachers of Latin America and the Caribbean responds to the pandemic with digital materials.
- Archivos: An Open Seminar: March 2018 meeting of La Patrona Collective. Contains readings, a photo collage and link to a video of the event.
- Participants reflections, along with others scholars, archivists and artists, featured in my guest-edited issue, “Documented: The Colonial Archive and the Future of the Americas,” Hemisphere: A Magazine of the Americas 27 (Winter 2018) publication of the FIU Kimberly Green Latin American & Caribbean Center.
- Domains: collaborative mapping project for teaching about jurisdictional complexity in colonial Spanish America. Our big plans to fill it in are taking a while to materialize, but in the meantime, check it out and tell us what you think!