As the oldest of five children, I have extensive experience as both a mentor and a teacher. I received my undergraduate degree from Emory University in Anthropology, with a focus on religion and philosophy. After graduating, I spent three years in Africa and Asia working in sustainable development and teaching English to both adults and children, before moving to Paris to pursue a master's degree. I received my graduate degree in international relations and diplomacy from the American Graduate School, writing my thesis on the effects of domestic politics on US foreign policy in the Middle East. I have a passion for learning and education, and an odd enjoyment for standardized tests. I try to share this enthusiasm and positive attitude with all of my students, so that studying becomes an enjoyable, engaging activity. Outside of tutoring, I enjoy weightlifting, mixed martial arts, reading, puzzling, and cooking.
Undergraduate Degree: Emory University - Bachelor in Arts, Anthropology
Graduate Degree: American Graduate School of International Relations & Diplomacy - Master of Arts, International Relations
SAT Verbal: 710
GRE Quantitative: 670
GRE Verbal: 690
Puzzles, Gaming, Fitness, Reading