I have a variety of experiences this world has offered me in which I am sure you will find I am a well-seasoned and opportune candidate in fostering your learning needs. From working with elementary-aged students in camps and afterschool programs, to advising and inspiring adolescents in environmental advocacy groups, all the way to assisting professors and undergraduates in their college coursework, you should have no doubt that my goal is to motivate you and give you the best experience possible!
To tell you a little about myself... I'm a big fan of traveling and all that may entail. Trying new foods, hiking cliff-sides, exploring a new scene on my kayak, experiencing live music...you could say I'm a bit of an adventure buff! Meeting new people and healthy idea-exchange excites me; it all relates back to my upbringing, and henceforth why I think I am one of the best choices you could make.
Prior to studying environmental engineering at Suffolk University, I developed strong roots in community engagement and environmental activism with the Gulf of Maine Institute. This was the beginning of what fueled my strong sense of commitment, dedicated service, and respect towards all. I I have worked in service oriented environments since the age of 14, and have not left the industry since. My passion to serve the Earth and its inhabitants has opened a countless number of doors for me, and I hope I can stir you to realize that you can do the same!
No matter the task, I remain positive, and approachable. I truly believe that enriching and engaging the mind is protecting our Earth's best natural resource- and it all starts with education. At the end of the day, by promoting your intellect, I believe my job has been well done.
Graduate Degree: Suffolk University - Unknown, Environmental Engineering
ACT Math: 31
Academia, hiking, kayaking, live music, paddleboarding, photography, sustainability, traveling, volunteering, and so many more!