I am proud to have a lifelong love of learning, and through my work I aim to guide and instruct others along their own process of education. As an undergraduate student at Yale University, I took a wide range of courses alongside the requirements for my degree program in Music. I also made sure to keep time free to sing in a cappella groups and to play my cello.
After college, I had my first experience teaching music, math, and language skills to students at an international school in Italy. This opportunity opened my eyes to the wonderful rewards of tutoring and teaching, and I have not looked back since!
Since returning to the United States, I have offered private tutoring focused on test preparation, worked to coordinate music education outreach projects with a non-profit organization, and worked as the director of several musical ensembles. I completed my masters degree in Choral Conducting at the University of Michigan and am currently back at Yale, where I am a doctoral student in conducting.
I love working with students to help them to achieve their potential. I consider myself incredibly fortunate to have had wonderful teachers throughout my life, and I aim to support and encourage my students in the same way!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Yale University - Bachelors, Music
Graduate Degree: University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - Masters, Choral Conducting
GRE Quantitative: 170
GRE Verbal: 166
Singing, cello, choir, orchestra, running, cooking