I first became interested in tutoring and teaching during my undergraduate at Lee University. My first experience was teaching improvisational theatre to a group of high school and middle school students. Quickly I realized that I had a gift and passion for education. I would go on to work for a semester as a teaching assistant at Western Carolina University. I taught college freshmen in the American History seminar.
I received my BA in History from Lee University in 2016. While attending Lee, I discovered one of my other passions, comedy. Currently I perform improv comedy and stand-up weekly in Chattanooga. In addition to history and comedy, I enjoy writing, reading (especially modern American Literature), and listening to folk music.
I am excited for the opportunity to work with students who are ready to learn and value critical thinking and knowledge as much as they value test scores. While I do think test scores and grades are crucial to continuing education and reflecting the progress a student has made, gaining knowledge and learning how to think critically about what is learned is equally crucial.
Undergraduate Degree: Lee University - Bachelors, History
ACT Composite: 32
ACT English: 34
ACT Reading: 33
GRE Quantitative: 157
GRE Verbal: 161
I enjoy comedy of all types, theatre, playing guitar, writing poetry, reading, playing Skyrim, and going to the movies.
AP US History
College Level American History
College World History
High School Level American History
High School Level American Literature
High School Writing