I am a high school Spanish teacher. I am the originally from Valparaiso, IN and am the oldest of four boys in my family. I graduated from Anderson University (IN) with a degree in Spanish and English as a New Language Education after studying abroad for the fall semester of 2010 in Santiago, Dominican Republic. I played four years of college baseball at Anderson and after college, coached one year of college baseball at Concordia University Ann Arbor. I am now teaching high school Spanish at a school just outside of Indianapolis, IN, while assisting the baseball team. I have taught Spanish to young children, high school students, and adult students and have tutored English to the same age ranges. In addition, I also have taught English abroad in the Dominican Republic. I look forward to working with you!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Anderson University (IN) - Bachelor in Arts, Spanish Secondary Education and English as a New Language
Graduate Degree: Concordia University-Ann Arbor - Master of Science, Educational Leadership - IN PROGRESS
I like watching sports, being outside, spending time with family, and relaxing by a fire.