I received my Bachelor of Arts from Whittier College with a major in Political Science and International Relations and a minor in Spanish Art and Literature. Immediately after college I went on to obtain a Master of Public Administration degree with a concentration in Environmental Policy and Law from the University of Colorado Denver.
After graduate school I spent two years working for the bill drafting office of the Colorado General Assembly as a Legislative Editor and Assistant Bill Drafter. Following my experience at the capitol, I worked for multiple nonprofit organizations which emphasized civic engagement and community outreach.
I spent three years in college as a peer mentor and teaching assistant for freshman writing seminars in history, politics, and philosophy. One of the nonprofits I worked with after graduate school focused on teaching K-12 students environmental stewardship and civic engagement through service learning. This is where I discovered my passion to empower young people to be active participants in their communities and local government. I tutor high school and college writing, AP Language and Composition, high school social studies, civics, AP Government, and public speaking. Currently, I am the speech and debate coach at a local suburban Denver High School.
My interests and hobbies include playing guitar, singing, reading, yoga, martial arts, hockey, and enjoying the beautiful Colorado outdoors.
Undergraduate Degree: Whittier College - Bachelor in Arts, Political Science, International Relations
Graduate Degree: University of Colorado Denver - Master of Arts, Master of Public Administration
Guitar, Yoga, Krav Maga
10th Grade Writing
11th Grade Writing
12th Grade Writing
9th Grade Writing
AP US Government
High School English
High School Writing
Study Skills and Organization