I graduated from Loyola College in Maryland and received my Bachelor of Arts degree as a double major in History and Philosophy with a minor in Asian Studies. I was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa in 2008 and graduated with departmental awards in each of my majors.
After graduating, I worked as a “brain trainer” at a learning center, eventually expanding my role to include cognitive testing, academic and organizational coaching, and SAT/college preparation. This insight into the thought processes of the students coming to our center for services helped me to hone my approach as a tutor, as I believe that I am able to find the best method to convey the information to my students. I was the "jack of all trades" tutor during this time, but my strengths are Study and Organizational Skills, History, Social Studies, Literature and Writing, and General Humanities. I have had success in helping my students develop key strategies and techniques to prepare for Critical Reading and Writing exams, including AP Literature, History, and college entrance essays. I firmly believe in helping students to make a connection to what they are studying and I emphasize a "bigger picture" approach, as I hope to share my enthusiasm for education and learning.
I play piano, drums, vibraphones, bass, and guitar and I actively work as an audio engineer and composer. In my spare time, I work on projects that aim to fuse my love of teaching with my lifelong passion for music.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Loyola University Maryland - Bachelor in Arts, Philosophy, History
Music Production and Engineering, Composition. I play drums, vibraphones, piano, guitar, and bass and actively compose and record my music.
College Level American History
College World History
Elementary School Math
High School English
High School Level American History
High School World History
Study Skills and Organization