I was part of the organizing committee for the inaugural Latin American and Caribbean Digital Humanities Symposium, held at the University of Florida in March 2023, and am helping to plan the 2024 symposium, to be held at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito in July.
I am the secretary of the Society for Textual Scholarship (2022-present).
I founded and led the Digital Humanities Initiative at the University of North Florida (2015-2018), and served as the founding director (2018-2019) of its successor, the Digital Humanities Institute. In the latter role, I led the organization of the inaugural conference of the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium, hosted by UNF in March 2019.
I founded the multidisciplinary UNF program in Bilingual Digital Humanities and serve as coordinator (2021-present).
With Dr. Hannah Alpert-Abrams, I co-founded the Alliance for Digital Research on Early Latin America (ADRELA) in 2018, and am currently the group’s leader.
With Dr. Mariana-Cecilia Velázquez, I co-founded and co-chaired the Grupo de Estudio Internacional “Piratería de la Edad Moderna Temprana” (Piracy of the Early Modern Era International Study Group, 2018-2020). I co-organized with Dr. Velázquez the inaugural Piracy Studies Conference, held at UNF in February 2020.