I have a passion for learning and teaching and use this energy and enthusiasm to help motivate my students. I started tutoring engineering and biology courses to college athletes in 2010. These students were often burnt out trying to juggle training, traveling for games, studying, and going to class; I made the sessions both productive and stimulating, keeping their attention and covering all the material they missed in class to help them succeed on their exams. Prior to each session, I like to receive information about what the student needs help on so I can do my homework and make sure that each session will be as productive and beneficial as possible.
I graduated from Northeastern University in 2013 with a B.S. in chemical engineering with minors in biology and biochemical engineering. I chose an engineering major because I love math and science and I chose my minors based on my passion for medicine. Since graduating, I have worked in biological research, acquired my EMT certification, and applied to and got accepted to medical school, which I will be starting in August of 2018. Based on what Ive learned through these experiences, I am very confident in my ability to teach any physics, chemistry, math, or biology courses.
Helping people and making a positive influence in their lives in the most rewarding thing in my opinion and is the main reason why I want to be a doctor. I would be ecstatic to help students of all agesI enjoy the challenge of the difficult college classes, but I also know how impactful a good mentor can be to a young student and would be honored to play a role in your childs pursuit of education.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Northeastern University - Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering
Listening to podcasts about new breakthroughs in science and technology, running, lifting weights, cooking, reading action and adventure novels, hiking
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
High School Biology
High School Physics
Middle School Science