My passion for science began when I decided to take an anatomy and physiology course my junior year of high school. It was a class I was actually excited to go to. Afterwards, I took every science elective I could. I was designated by one of my teachers to help fellow students with classwork, and we set up tutoring sessions when necessary. When I graduated, I decided to keep going on the science track and obtained a bachelor's degree in kinesiology with minors in biology and chemistry from the University of North Texas. While at UNT, I was hired through the university to tutor collegiate athletes in various kinesiology, biology and anatomy courses. I worked one-on-one as well as with groups of athletes. I moved to Austin in July of 2015 and am currently working on applications to obtain a Master's in public health, I hope to then continue my education and go to medical school; my goal is to be a medical director in an agency that is focused on global health. I have a love for teaching. It's has been a part of my life since the age of 14. I taught dance to children of all ages from the age of 14 - 20, I tutored throughout my high school and college career, and I have a love for learning and being able to share what I know.