See my gray hair and prejudge me as being out of touch with the likes of school. Well, that would be untrue. Not long ago I lugged books, pored over reading and writing assignments, and toiled with the likes of studying as a graduate student ... with decades between degrees. Yikes! What was I thinking? My years as a print journalist helped somewhat, however, academic writing required adjustments as a different means. I adjusted.
A child spends the first three years of school learning to read. During the middle school and high school years students read to learn. College students absorb what they read to release authors' findings in reports and tests. Graduate students chart their own course through their passionate research as revealed in their thesis to educate professors.
Wherever you -- or your child -- are on the spectrum above, I aim to assist your process of discovery and critical thinking at a level fit for you. Let us work together for mastery.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Pepperdine University - Bachelor in Arts, Journalism
Graduate Degree: Fuller Theological Seminary in California - Master of Arts, Intercultural, Multicultural, and Diversity Studies
Traveling, connecting with people from different cultures, reading a good book, hearing people's stories