Born and raised in Denver, I am currently a student at American University in the heart of the American political world, Washington D.C. While politics is not my passion, I have very diverse set of interests. Storytelling, big data, programming, sports, art, music and social media are all things I can get excited about.
I have always enjoyed helping others on their studies and have been tutoring for the past year or so. I have worked mainly with elementary level students on reading and math; however, I am also comfortable tutoring middle and high school level English and Mathematics.
When it comes to the ACT, I have developed strong test taking skills and believe I can share them with the students who are preparing to take such an important test.
In the academic realm, I have narrowed these interests down into two majors: Print Journalism and Statistics. I have yet to land on a career path that perfectly combines the two, but I am optimistic about my future in both fields.
Print might not be the best word to describe the kind of journalism I am interested in. I love to write, which is why I chose this major, but in the rapidly advancing world of journalism I look forward to creating content online using a variety of skills and technologies.
When I’m not studying or writing, I often seize the opportunity to explore the Colorado wilderness or the city of Washington.
Undergraduate Degree: American University - Bachelor in Arts, Print Journalism
ACT Composite: 33
ACT English: 32
ACT Math: 32
ACT Reading: 36
ACT Science: 32