I have been an engineer in the aerospace field for over 10 years. I hold a PhD and a Masters degree in Aerospace Engineering from GA institute of Technology. Prior to grad school, I attended the City University of New York where I earned two bachelors degrees (Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mathematics).

I have tutoring experience with a wide variety of students from college student athletes to students attending inner city schools to those in exclusive private schools. Through it all, my tutoring philosophy has remained the same: to guide students to the discovery of problems solving instead of providing them with the right solution. Because ultimately my objective is to help students develop their ability to learn independently.

Teaching has always been a passion of mine. Since my college years, I have tutored on and off for the past 15 years. I am equally comfortable teaching young students as well as adults in a variety of mathematics and related subjects (Algebra to advanced calculus to Geometry and trig to statistics), physics, and tests prep. Calculus one is of my favorite subjects to tutor, because it is always awesome seeing students’ faces when they realized the real life meaning or applications of a mathematical theory.

Outside work, I love outdoor activities and I am avid soccer and basketball fan. I am also fluent in French.