I am a graduate of University of California, Los Angeles. I received my B.S. in Biology with Highest Departmental Honors from the department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. I am currently pursuing my Doctorate in Physical Therapy at UCSF, and am hoping to work with the pediatric population after I graduate.
During high school and college, I helped my cousins and friends in subjects such as Algebra, Geometry, Biology, and Anatomy, as I truly enjoy teaching these subjects. They have always looked up to me for helpful tips on studying as well as for guidance on course selections for college. As an undergraduate student, I volunteered in the Pediatrics and NICU departments at the UCLA Medical Center, where I had the opportunity to work with children of different ages.
In order to continue interacting with adolescents and teens while in graduate school, I volunteered for TeenFit, a fitness program for adolescents and teens held at the UCSF Mission Bay fitness center. I am now a coordinator of the program, which allows me to mentor adolescents and their families to exercise regularly, and adopt healthier lifestyles. Currently at UCSF, I am also an Anatomy teaching assistant for medical, pharmacy and physical therapy students.
I truly believe that anyone can achieve success through dedication and hard work. As a tutor, I want learning to be a fun experience for my students. I also want to increase their motivation to study and allow them to gain a good understanding of the subject.
During my spare time, I enjoy reading, running, exploring and dancing.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of California-Los Angeles - Bachelor of Science, Biology, General
Graduate Degree: University of California, San Francisco/San Francisco State University - PHD, Doctor of Physical Therapy
I enjoy reading, running, exploring new places, and dancing.
Anatomy & Physiology
Elementary School Math
High School Biology
High School Chemistry
High School English
Middle School Science
Study Skills and Organization