Having spent most of my career in supply chain management, I discovered that one of the most rewarding aspects of my roles was that I could facilitate the personal and professional development of my charges by sharing my expertise and experience. Few successes were as satisfying as seeing team members whom I had trained and supported achieve lofty goals.
At this juncture in my career, I am in a position to undertake work that affords me with more personal enrichment, hence my interest in tutoring. I feel that the subjects - math, science, and history - that I choose to teach are essential for effective, productive, and enlightened living. Furthermore, I believe that there can be joy in both the pursuit and mastery of these subjects, a joy that I hope to share with and impart upon my pupils.
Undergraduate Degree: Saint Louis University-Main Campus - Bachelors, Business Administration - Finance
ACT Composite: 27
ACT English: 21
ACT Math: 31
ACT Science: 29
Competitive road cycling, hiking, hockey, travel, parenting
What is your teaching philosophy?
To mentor effectively, the teacher must present subject matter in a manner that is most easily assimilated and retained by the unique, individual student.