I love teaching because of the give and take with students and the way their different styles of learning make me see new perspectives. I mainly teach foreign languages, English, and verbal sections of standardized tests because I am most interested in language and its logic. I have a long background in the arts and literature. I completed a BFA in Painting at the University of Iowa, a JD at the University of Tulsa and an MA in Classics at the University of Kansas. After law school, I practiced law in New York City for ten years before deciding to go back to school for Classics. I am currently developing a publication on the relative clause in Ancient Greek and I hope to begin a PhD program in the fall. I completed my MA with a 4.0 GPA and received a perfect score on the verbal GRE. I also scored 168 on the LSAT and graduated in the top ten percent of my law school class. My teaching experience includes two years' teaching Latin and Myth at the college level and two years' private tutoring of subjects ranging from the LSAT and GRE to languages such as Latin and Greek. My true love is language, and I would gladly spend all my time doing nothing but analyzing grammar if I could!
University of Iowa - BFA, Art
University of Kansas - MA, Classics
GRE Verbal: 800
GRE Analytical Writing: 5.5
High School English