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I love learning and if I can help someone else learn or stay organized, great! I am an environmental engineer by training and love finding new ways to solve problems. I am a patient teacher, organized and love learning about people. I have many years of experience in Montessori teaching methods and its ability to help foster an innate love of learning. I recognize that there are many different learning styles and try to cater my help to each learner and what motivates them.

I completed my undergraduate degree at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI in Environmental Engineering with an emphasis in Water. During that time, I traveled with Engineers without Borders to work on a water purification project and an electrification project. I also worked for three semesters as a student co-op doing engineering process work. I completed my master’s degree at the University of Minnesota also in Environmental Engineering with an emphasis in international sustainable development and water engineering. I currently accepted a position at ARCADIS engineering consultants in downtown Indy and am enjoying learning about the city.

I enjoy traveling internationally and have been to China, Guatemala (with Engineers without Borders), Italy and India (for my master’s degree). There are always new places to explore!

Undergraduate Degree:

Marquette University - Bachelors, Environmental Engineering

Graduate Degree:

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities - Masters, Environmental Engineering

International Travel, winter sports, water sports, reading, trying new things.

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Civil Engineering


Homework Support


Study Skills

Study Skills and Organization

What is your teaching philosophy?

I believe that if you are interested in a subject and can relate to it, learning becomes innate. Capturing someone’s interest early creates a lifelong love of learning.

What might you do in a typical first session with a student?

In a first session, I will try to get to know a student's learning style and what motivates them. It's a great way to get to know someone and how best to help them.