- LaGrange College, 2006-2007. Studied History
- Carson-Newman College (now Carson-Newman University), B.A. History, 2010.
- North Georgia College and State University (now University of North Georgia), M.A.T. Secondary Education – History (6-12), 2011.
- University of North Georgia, M.A. History, expected graduation Spring 2014.
Spring 2011: Student Teacher, Gainesville High School, Gainesville, GA.
- Classes: Economics
2011 – present: Teacher of History and Political Science, Collins Hill High School, Suwanee, GA
- Classes: Honors United States History, United States History College Prep, Honors World History, World History College Prep, Contemporary Issues, Law.
2011 – present: Assistant Wrestling Coach, Collins Hill High School, Suwanee, GA
- Duties: Heavyweights Coach, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Study Hall Admin.
- 2012 Annual Meeting of the Georgia Sociological Association, October 25-27th, North Georgia College and State University – Session 15: Appalachia, Sociology and the Arts – Appalachia, Sociology, and the Movies: Myth and Reality in the Depiction of Violence in Appalachia in the Recent Past
- 36th Annual Appalachian Studies Conference, Friday March 22-Sunday, March 24, 2013, Appalachian State University – Session 7.10 Sat. 2:00-3:15 PM. Papers. Southern Appalachia in the Mid-Nineteenth Century. – “Bridge Burners: United States Nationalism in East Tennessee Appalachia, 1861.”
- 2014 Georgia Association of Historians Annual Conference, Thursday February 27 – Saturday, March 1, 2014, University of Georgia, Richard B. Russel Special Collections Library – Session 5-4. Internal Struggles of the American Civil War: The Reciprocal Nature of Ideas in War and History – “Some Extraordinary Change: Patrick Cleburne’s Proposal to Arm Slaves in Memory.” Robert L. Baker, University of North Georgia.”
- 37th Annual Appalachian Studies Conference, Friday March 28 – Sunday March 30, 2014, Marshall University, Session The Nature of War: Environmental Perspectives on the Civil War and Reconstruction in East Tennessee – ‘Boys, We Are Ordered To Take That Hill’: How Mountains Affect Battle, and how Battle Affects the Mountains.”