I am a graduate of Shippensburg State University (B.S. Psychology Major, History Minor), Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Div. Christian Antiquities) and a Doctoral Candidate at Drew University. I have also studied abroad as a fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem. I have over ten years of experience as an Affiliate professor at the graduate and undergraduate levels and have years of experience working with youth in both formal and informal settings. I have tutored students in multiple subjects and have written more college references than I can remember. I am the father of high school all-American athletes and have helped them navigate those waters. I am comfortable teaching a wide range of subjects, but my greatest areas of expertise are Ancient & Modern History, English and Literature, Religion, Psychology and Writing. I have a great appreciation for tutoring in that it is the original method for education. Tutoring affords an opportunity to reach students at their level; discover the learning method that best suits them; and be a part of the joy of mastering subject material. I believe that humor, compassion for the student, and passion for the subject are ingredients for a successful learning experience. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, the outdoors, and watching sports.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania - Bachelor of Science, Psychology
Graduate Degree: Princeton Theological Seminary - Masters, Christian Antiquities
He is involved in an urban mentoring program. He is an avid reader, working on some writing himself (a dissertation and book). Loves sports. Enjoys traveling, cooking, outdoors.