I graduated from Bowdoin College with a B.A. in Africana Studies and a French Minor. After Bowdoin, I worked at the Fay School in Massachusetts where I wore multiple hats. I was a dorm parent for ninth grade girls, basketball coach, track and field coach, ESL teacher, admission officer, Ethics and Wellness teacher, and French teacher. After Fay, I attended Teachers College at Columbia University where I received my M.A. in Education Policy. I love education and I love working with those who want to learn and try new things. I believe the best way to learn is through practice, interactive lessons, and allowing the student to take ownership of their education. My favorite subjects to teach are math, french, and ESL. Personally, I was born in Senegal and love to do West African dance any chance that I get.
Bowdoin College - Bachelors, Africana Studies/French
Teachers College, Columbia University - Masters, Education Policy
College Level American History
High School English
High School Level American History