I am a graduate of The George Washington University in Washington DC. I received my Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering with minors in Computer Science and Economics. I also received my Master of Science in Engineering Management with a concentration in Crisis Emergency and Risk Management. During both my undergraduate and graduate experiences, I often tutored my classmates and helped them with challenging subjects like Calculus and Physics. Since graduation, I have helped coworkers who were going back to school with subjects like Pre-algebra and Algebra. I am passionate about math and helping students establish a solid foundation in pre-algebra and algebra. I am willing to patiently work with students – explaining topics from multiple perspectives – to ensure we build a strong base. I believe that foundation not only makes a student successful in the current class but enables him or her to do well in future advanced math classes (e.g., calculus). In my spare time, I enjoy reading (especially dystopian literature!), traveling, running, exercising, spending time with my family and watching college football.
George Washington University - BS, Systems Engineering
George Washington University - MS, Engineering Management