I am a senior majoring in Mathematics with a Focus in Statistics and minoring in Economics and Psychology at Washington University in St. Louis. I have always loved helping others learn math - from my younger teammates on the varsity women's soccer team to my little brother in high school to my Little Sister through Big Brothers Big Sisters, passing the knowledge of understanding math has been something I have always been passionate about.
Beyond simply helping others with math, I have had experience teaching students and peers about interpersonal violence and how to best prevent it in their lives and on our campus. This experience has taught me the importance of changing the methods of teaching to the person and really mastering the material before attempting to pass it on to someone else.
As a current student and as someone who has had their fair share of "bad" teachers, I strive to keep students engaged and excited about the material they are learning. By making learning an exciting and fun experience, it makes a subject like math a lot easier. I like giving real-world examples of the subject so students can see how their understanding of the subject will effect their day-to-day lives.
Beyond school, I love playing sports (especially soccer and basketball), running, photography, cooking/baking, and spending time with my friends!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Washington University in St Louis - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematical Statistics and Probability
ACT Composite: 32
ACT English: 32
ACT Math: 33
ACT Reading: 30
ACT Science: 32
sports (especially soccer and basketball!), photography, food, hanging out with friends, running, outdoors, anything active, organization, cleaning, baking/cooking