I am a graduate of North Carolina State University. I received my Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences with a concentration in Human Biology and minors in Spanish and Nutrition. Since graduation, I moved to Los Angeles to serve with AmeriCorps through the American Red Cross where I taught disaster preparedness and helped with disaster recovery. Throughout my undergraduate education I traveled to the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua with Outreach360 on seven trips to teach Spanish Literacy and Public Health. I returned several times and witnessed the power of education in transforming impoverished communities. At North Carolina State University, I taught children how to eat healthy on a fixed income through Cooking Matters. I am currently teaching CPR and First Aid with the Red Cross and volunteer at a free clinic in Santa Monica while I apply to Medical School. While I have taught a broad range of subjects, Biology and Spanish are my passion. In my spare time, I enjoy riding horses, yoga, and hiking.
North Carolina State University at Raleigh - BS, Biological Sciences with a concentration in Human Biology
Anatomy & Physiology
High School Biology
High School Chemistry