Learning and teaching is never a process which can be properly dictated and planned for, it must evolve based on regular and meaningful interaction between a student and teacher. It is with this mindset that I approach every student I work with, always being cognizant of a specific student’s strengths and weaknesses and working to improve every aspect of their academic journey.
Moreover, I currently hold my Master’s degree in Political Science and International Relations from Boston College where I wrote my thesis on the Middle East entitled, “Economic Opportunity and Inequality as Contributing Factors to the Arab Spring: The Cases of Tunisia and Egypt”. Prior to this I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and History with Magna Cum Laude and Dean’s List First honors, also from Boston College. Beyond this I have done certificate coursework at the National University of Singapore in Game Theory, Cambridge University (UK) in ancient empires and politics, Venice International University in globalization and its effects on the modern world, international business, social sustainability, & modern US, EU, and NATO relations, and Boston University in wine studies.
I truly look forward to helping with your academic pursuits and making the learning process a fruitful one.
Boston College - Bachelors, Communication & History
Boston College - Masters, Political Science & International Relations
College Level American History
High School English
High School Geography
High School Level American History
IB Global Politics
Study Skills and Organization