I love helping people learn. To the greatest extent possible, I customize my teaching strategy to each individual learner and his or her particular goals. The aim is improvement, always, not perfection, to see mistakes as opportunities to learn.
I’m an educator transitioning from higher ed to high school teaching. I earned my PhD in sociology at Columbia University, where I also worked as an instructor, at the School of International and Public Affairs. I taught sociology for several years, as a visiting and adjunct assistant professor, at the City University of New York. Now I’m pursuing alternate route certification to teach high school social studies.
Undergraduate Degree: Barnard College - Bachelor in Arts, Political Sciece
Graduate Degree: Columbia University in the City of New York - PHD, Sociology
travel (international and local), camping/hiking, food (cooking and dining), concerts in the park, riding my bike, going to the movies