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I received my Bachelor of Arts degree from Washington University in St. Louis where I double majored in Biology and Anthropology. I caught the teaching bug while studying abroad in rural southern India, during which time I taught a computer literacy class to high school students. After college I became a state-certified science educator and spent two years as a Teach For America corps member, teaching high school Biology and SAT/ACT prep in San Antonio, Texas.

Despite the extraordinary socioeconomic barriers to academic success that students faced in my school, I was able to lead them to substantial academic gains. My students – many of whom had not passed science in 8th grade – passed their STAAR Biology EOC exam at one of the highest rates in the entire school district. I attribute this outcome not only to my engaging teaching style, but also my patience and willingness to work alongside students until they truly reach mastery of every concept. I also persuaded my principal to adopt the SAT/ACT preparation elective that I taught to sophomores and juniors, because of my personal commitment to ensuring that bright and capable students in my school received the preparation necessary to achieve their post-secondary goals.

Currently, I am pursuing dual Master's degrees from the University of Texas in Public Health and Social Work. As a born-and-raised Austinite, my interests include practicing yoga, sampling local food trailers, attending live concerts, and – perhaps most of all – cheering on my beloved Texas Longhorns in football.

Undergraduate Degree:

Washington University in St Louis - Bachelor in Arts, Biology and Anthroplogy

Graduate Degree:

The University of Texas at Austin - Master of Science, Social Work/Public Health (dual)

 State Certified Teacher

ACT Composite: 32

ACT English: 29

ACT Math: 33

ACT Reading: 34

ACT Science: 32

SAT Composite: 2170

SAT Math: 720

SAT Verbal: 670

SAT Writing: 780

GRE: 167

GRE Quantitative: 164

GRE Verbal: 167

UT Football, Spurs basketball, baking, animals, yoga

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