I received my B.A in Classics, with a minor in History, from Randolph College. Beyond Randolph I spent my junior year in Athens, lived out a summer studying Greek in New York City, and spent the winter of my senior year speaking Latin in Paris.
My specialty is Greek and Latin, but I would relish the opportunity to tutor English and History too.
With regards to experience, I have worn a number of hats as a teacher of the classical languages; I served as a student instructor of Latin at R.S. Payne Elementary School in Lynchburg, tutored Greek and Latin at Randolph for two years, and even substituted for my Greek professor several times for her 101 class.
I am an ardent proponent of learning for learning's sake and that the classics is a gift open to everyone. Ultimately, I hope my students walk away thinking exactly the same thing.
I dedicate my spare time to reading Herman Melville, buying books I don't have room for, finding the perfect movie, and listening to music.