I received my MA in General Psychology from The Catholic University of America (1999) and an MPH in Health Behavior and Health Education from The University of Michigan (2001). I completed my doctoral studies in Epidemiology at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. Following my graduate studies, I was the Paul B. Cornely Post-Doctoral Scholar at the Center for Research on Ethnicity Culture and Health (CRECH) at the University of Michigan School of Public Health in 2008. I have extensive experience working with students in a variety of settings as both an Assistant Professor at Xavier University, and as part-time faculty at Walden University. Over the past four years, I have primarily taught courses in Epidemiology and Statistics. My experience has taught me the importance of being flexible in order to meet student needs. As such, I am of the firm belief that a good tutor must be able to modify their approach to meet students where they are. A "one size fits all" model to tutoring rarely works. As your tutor, my goal is to assist you on your learning journey by helping you gain greater facility in those areas that have proved challenging.
Morehouse College - BA, Psychology
Catholic University of America - MA, General Psychology
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - MPH, Health Behavior & Health Education
Columbia University - PhD, Epidemiology