HI, Let's get to work on making you successful!
Are you struggling with Spanish? Manos a la obra! I am here to help you!
I am bilingual and have extensive international exposure.
Your kid need help? Say no more! I am the proud father of 2 kids: Both on Alpha program at NISD, one enrolled in Duke University TIP, and scored 1500 on her first SAT while in 8th grade and the other one top of his 5th grade class and already working with equations. I love to teach those who want to learn and my greatest joy and pride is teaching my 2 gifted kids!
Need help on practical accounting?
I have a CPA and MBA and over 20 years of in progressively complex experience in corporate accounting and financial analysis, running budgets and forecast process for several companies.
My financial endeavors include planning, treasury, accounting, costs, budget, tax, audit, marketing, contract negotiation, budgeting/forecasting/modeling, US and Mexico GAAP, Sarbanes-Oxley, and business process improvement.
Need help with computers, internet and social media? I am a guru at it!
I have strong computer skills with spreadsheet models and financial analysis and a solid understanding of financial process flows and internal controls and I possess strong analytical, organization and leadership skills. My extensive computer skills include project management. windows, office and social media.
I am a hands-on complex business problem-solver, an effective presentation speaker and communicator.
Perhaps my most important qualifications are my "can do" attitude, my written and communication skills and a willingness to develop and execute new ideas, concepts and approaches.
I graduated from ITESM Monterrey Mex. - CPA; Universidad IberoAmericana - MBA; and working towards a PhD.
So, what are we waiting? Let's get to work!
Undergraduate Degree: ITESM - Bachelors, Accounting
Graduate Degree: Universidad Iberoamericana - Masters, MBA
What is your teaching philosophy?
Assess your knowledge, and build from that towards your academic goal. Give you the knowledge and skills to solve the problems you are facing, and make sure you master them.
What might you do in a typical first session with a student?
Assess your level, build rapport, and determine immediate and mid-term goals. Set the tone of the conversation and make sure I am meeting your expectations.
How can you help a student become an independent learner?
Guiding you to build the self-esteem needed to know you can figure out the answers only by applying your intellect and desire to learn.
How would you help a student stay motivated?
Setting short-term goals and helping you achieve them, and setting rewards along the way. Then, guiding you to set the next goals yourself and tutoring you to reach them.
If a student has difficulty learning a skill or concept, what would you do?
Breaking the reading into pieces you can master and then putting them together. If that fails, create analogies that give you the same knowledge with things you are familiar with.
How do you help students who are struggling with reading comprehension?
Selecting materials that the student is interested in; breaking the reading into smaller, easy to comprehend sections; and encouraging him to realize he can do it. Then, moving onto bigger and more challenging pieces.