I graduated from Boston College with a masters degree in Developmental and Educational Psychology. I have studied how the human brain develops and have some insight into how American public education is designed. Working in many neuroscience laboratories in hospitals and universities around the Boston area and Dartmouth Medical School has given me a very good understanding of the brain. For about three years, I was a substitute teacher in the Mascoma Regional School District in Enfield NH working with 5th 12th graders. I had so much fun in the classroom, interacting with the children on projects and listening to their questions. I love to answer questions! I also like to draw and paint in my spare time. When I lived in New Hampshire, I took walks with my dog and cat in the woods. I am very aware of how we are all different learners and look forward to helping people with their studies.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Massachusetts-Boston - Bachelor of Science, Psychology
Graduate Degree: Boston College - Master of Arts, Educational Psychology
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