Current Employment:

Librarian | Archivist, Learning Commons, Friends Academy (August 2015-Present)

  • Integrate digital citizenship training within the curriculum, student life, and outreach.
  • Teach students how to research effectively, evaluate information, and engage in digital storytelling.
  • Manage library systems and services.
  • Direct archival digitization project.

Past Positions:

Writing Instructor, Seton Hall University (July 2013-June 2015)

  • Enabled students to succeed professionally.
  • Created departmental policies as member of First Year Writing Committee.
  • Generated data set for a literacy study through encoding writing samples.

Writing Tutor, The College of Saint Rose (July-August 2013)

  • Assisted writing development of incoming freshmen enrolled in HEOP/AOE.

English Teacher, Hunan Provincial Education Association for International Exchange (July-August 2011)

  • Taught English and US History courses.
  • Guided students to success on the General English Proficiency Test.

Writing Fellow, Le Moyne College (January 2011-December 2012)

  • Aided students’ writing development.


Master of Library Science, Queens College, 2019.
Concentrations: Archives, Human-Computer Interaction, Metadata, Digital Humanities

Master of Arts in English and Literature, Seton Hall University, 2015.
Concentrations: 19th-Century British Literature, Jane Austen, British Romanticism, Victorian science
Thesis: “Refiguring George MacDonald: Science and the Realist Novel”

Bachelor of Arts in English, Le Moyne College, 2012.
Concentrations: Philosophy, Theology, Irish Literature

Publications, Presentations, and Workshops:

  • Hoenzsch, Karl (2018) ““A Great Machine”: George MacDonald and Popular Science,” North Wind: A Journal of George MacDonald Studies: Vol. 37 , Article 1.
  • “Digital Literacy: Fake News, Data Privacy, and Social Media in the Classroom,” Teaching and Learning Conference 2018, Friends Academy
  • “Gender Performativity and the Shortcomings of Gender Identities in Troilus and Cresida,” Conference on Women and Gender 2014, Seton Hall University
  • “Alice’s Adventures in Letterland,” New Jersey College English Association 2014, Seton Hall University


  • Writing
  • Research
  • Teaching
  • Web Development
  • UI/UX Design
  • Multimedia Design

Technical Skills:

  • PHP