I love teaching and find it rewarding and end up learning in the process. I think teaching is the most important thing I can do, especially teaching critical thinking and a need to explore ideas and confirm them--for students to have confidence that they can reason through problems.
I am blessed to have a diverse and incredibly rich background in science and business and now I live in rural New York in a giant 1960s dairy barn (with a modern apartment built into the parlor area and a few of the stalls).
Much of my income comes from teaching. I currently have two sections of statistics online that I am teaching for Gwynedd Mercy University were I serve as an adjunct lecturer.
It has been me and three kids since 2010. My youngest child is an adult now and I am preparing applications to enter a PhD program in economics (though I am also thinking about neuroscience and certainly love the intersection of the two).
I love music and play with my son mostly. We're trying to get something together to play out. We have a small farm and we are planning a guitar shop. My 20-year old son (my youngest) is a certified Luthier and makes beautiful guitars. We have a steer named Mr. Speckles (who will become an ox because I just can't see eating him at this point) and chickens, ducks, and geese, and a garden. My daughters are off on their own adventures.
I have a BS degree in Biotechnology from Northeastern University and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. I scored high on the GMAT (710) and can help with skills required for these types of tests.
Undergraduate Degree: Northeastern University - Bachelor of Science, Biotechnology
Graduate Degree: University of Pennsylvania - Master in Public Health, Business, General
Music, guitar, singing, outdoors, cooking, gardening