I quit the law two years ago for one simple reason; I did not like practicing law. I would prefer to teach math. I fell in love with math, and economics, in high school, and continued to learn math throughout my education.
I received my bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Chicago, where I learned from some of the greatest minds in both math and economics.
Upon quitting legal practice, every effort I have made has been to understand math better, and to teach it to others. I began to take on tutoring clients, work as a TA and study for a masters in mathematics. I am still working on that masters, and I still love every moment of engaging with students and mathematics.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Chicago - Bachelors, Economics
GRE Quantitative: 168
GRE Verbal: 165
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