I have an Associates of Science from College of the Redwoods and a Bachelors of Science in Wildlife Biology from Humboldt State University. On May 25, 2014, I graduated with a Masters in Environmental Policy and Management with an emphasis in Global Environmental Management from the American Public University. I have worked for the United States Forest Service for the last 5 years. During my employment with the USFS, I have surveyed small mammals, birds, carnivores, invertebrates, and vegetation species. I have also been a part of projects that studied California red-legged frogs, western pond turtles and stream dwelling salamander species. I am passionate about biology and environmental sciences. My tutoring experience includes middle school, high school and college students. In my experience, discussing life science has always been the most interesting for me and my students. My tutoring style alters to cater to my student's needs. I like to get to know my students and see what style works the best for that individual. My goal is to help my students succeed. I believe that it is my responsible to show my students how to solve problems on their own; my mission is to provide the tools needed to find an appropriate solution. In my spare time I like to be outdoors as much as possible. I enjoy animals, playing volleyball and watching baseball.
Undergraduate Degree: Humboldt State University - Bachelor of Science, Wildlife Management and Conservation
Graduate Degree: American Public University System - Master of Arts, Environmental Management
Backpacking, hiking, volleyball and watching baseball.