I am a 2016 graduate of the University of Southern California. I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with a minor in Spanish and am currently in the process of applying to graduate schools to pursue a Masters degree in Education and my teaching credential. Because I have such a passion for teaching, throughout college I sought out as many opportunities as possible to support students in their learning and development. In the beginning of college, I volunteered as a teaching assistant in elementary and middle schools around USC and worked for CollegeSpring, an organization that provides SAT tutoring to socio-economically disadvantaged students for free. I tutored SAT test preparation and also mentored students about the college admissions process and their career goals. Since then, I have been serving as a private in-home tutor for students at USC and around Los Angeles. More recently, I founded and led programs at USC to advocate for educational justice for local students and empower my fellow USC students to become more involved in our local communitys education system.
I have tutored all subjects, but I am most passionate about Math, Social Studies, Spanish, and SAT/College Prep. My favorite part about tutoring is being able to get creative about my lessons so that I can captivate and empower every student in their learning and help them achieve success. I love spending that extra time to rethink and reframe material in a new and exciting way so that I can meet my student where they are and get them to the place where they strive to be. I think its incredibly rewarding to have the opportunity to impact a students life in such a direct and profound way, and I feel so honored to be able to share my talents and passions with my students and support them in all their endeavors!
Undergraduate Degree: University of Southern California - Bachelors, Sociology
SAT Math: 720
SAT Writing: 800
In my spare time, I enjoy cooking, performing (I used to be in USC’s Musical Theatre program), playing volleyball, and writing poetry.
College Level American History
High School English
High School Level American History
SAT Subject Tests Prep
Study Skills and Organization