I am a graduate of Howard University and of the University of Michigan Law School. In addition to my law degree, I have received undergraduate degrees in English and Philosophy. I have also done graduate work in philosophy at Temple University. I have worked several years as a professional journalist. My work has been published in many newspapers and magazines including USA Today, the Nashville Tennessean, the Baltimore Sun, the Asbury Park Press, the Michigan Daily, the Army Times, and the Honolulu Advertiser. I have won several awards from state and national press associations for my work. I am also an adjunct legal studies professor in the Roher College of Business at Rowan University. Since 2003, I have tutored students preparting to take the SAT, GRE, and LSAT. While I tutor a variety of subjects, I am most passionate about English and Social Studies. For both subjects, my tutoring style is focused on ascertaining and addressing the student's specific needs, but tends to focus on improving student's ability to read texts actively and for understanding, teaching students to take and rewrite class notes, and learning to write effective essays. I have many hobbies and interests. I am a huge sports fan. I follow the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia 76ers, and the Michigan Wolverines. I am an avid reader of literature and history. I enjoy writing, cooking, biking and golfing. I love to travel. Most recently, I have traveled to Ethiopia, South Africa, and Switzerland. I plan to visit China this summer.
Undergraduate Degree: Howard University - Bachelor in Arts, Philosophy
Graduate Degree: University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - Juris Doctor, Law
Traveling, sports, cooking, writing, biking, and golfing
College Level American History
High School English
High School Level American History