I received my Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Pitzer College, with an emphasis in Indigenous Studies. After graduating, I moved to Peru where I conducted a micro finance feasibility study in a rural indigenous community in the Andes. While carrying out my study, I received my ESL Instructor Certifications and taught English to both urban and rural high school students across the country. I tutor a vast array of subjects from Algebra to Spanish, but my favorites are English, History, and organizational skills. In my observations, I have always found that giving students proper organizing skills as their foundation for success allows them to reach their full academic potential. I enjoy nothing more than witnessing the students I work with master and apply skills that they once found impossible. In my spare time I love to read, watch films, and keeping up with the latest sports news.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Pitzer College - Bachelor in Arts, Anthropology
Reading, watching films, and keeping up with the latest sports news.
AP US History
College Level American History
High School English
High School Level American History
Latin America History
Study Skills and Organization