I am an enthusiastic teacher with experience teaching undergraduate and graduate students. I can offer courses on international political economy, international organization, foreign policy, and undergraduate-level methodology. I am also prepared to teach an introductory course in international relations. I have co-taught a combined undergraduate and graduate course on development economics at Universidad de La Habana in Havana, Cuba in 2011 funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and taught to both German and Cuban students, as well as a course on the political economy of European integration at UCLA in 2014. In Spring 2019 I will teach an undergraduate course at Washington University in St. Louis on European integration and the rise of populism, as well as a graduate course on the political economy of financial crises. My work at the World Trade Organization in 2013 and in the Chicago real estate market during the housing crisis provide me with unique experiences to teach courses in international organization and political economy.