I am a Chemical Engineering graduate from The University of Texas at Austin. Since graduation in December 2015, I have spent several months preparing for a successfully completing the Fundamentals of Engineering (Chemical) exam, which now allows me to hold my Engineer in Training (EIT) certification. I have also spent the months following graduation finishing my 4 year commitment as a volunteer YoungLife leader, which is a Christian mentorship organization geared towards high school students. I am thankful for these past few years around high school students in the many settings we've had because it has allowed me to connect and relate to them better. I am very passionate about making a difference in peoples lives, especially high school students because after high school is when bigger life decisions are made in which I hope to contribute a positive influence. I believe the subjects that I can best contribute to a student are a broad range of math and science, due to the nature of my degree and interest. I will be especially helpful in Algebra, Geometry, and Calculus subjects. In my free time, I like to be outside, go fishing, hiking, exercise, play Ultimate Frisbee, and take a seasonal snowboarding trip. But sometimes I just need that occasional lazy Saturday of books and movies.
The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelors, Chemical Engineering