I currently am an economist in the field of Banking Supervision and Risk Management. I earned my Masters in Public Policy from Washington University in St Louis in 2011 and my Masters in Economics from in May 2010. I graduated with Honors from the University of California, Berkeley with dual degrees, a B.A. in Economics and a B.S. in Business Administration.
I enjoy teaching all levels of math, English, statistics, and economics and would love to pass what tips and tricks I've learned on to other students. I have experience as a TA in undergraduate courses such as Statistics, Introductory Microeconomics, American Economic History, International Trade, and Environmental Policy. In addition, I have also worked as an English/proofreading tutor and would be willing to help with essays, school applications, business correspondence, etc.
As an aspiring professor, I am very eager to teach and am very patient. My goal is to help each student achieve their best and to build confidence in their skills. I truly believe that high academic achievement can be reached through hard work and confidence in ones abilities.
To best improve a student's performance in a subject area, I would first like to discuss past grades, areas of concern, and perhaps administer a short test to assess skill level. With this, we can tailor a course of exercises and homework to enhance your understanding of the subject and provide tips to improve future performance. My schedule is flexible and I am available on short notice.
I hope I can be of help! Thank you for your time!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of California-Berkeley - Bachelor in Arts, Economics
Undergraduate Degree: University of California-Berkeley - Bachelor of Science, Business Administration and Management
Graduate Degree: Washington University in St Louis - Master of Arts, Economics
Graduate Degree: Washington University in St Louis - Master of Arts, Public Policy
SAT Math: 710
SAT Verbal: 710
GRE Quantitative Reasoning: 770