I graduated from Houston Community College in May 2015 with an Associate in Science, and from Texas State University in May, 2018 from with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish. I founded the Chess Club at Texas State University in fall of 2015, and was president of that organization for a year and a half. I contributed in writing the organization's constitution, code of ethics, grant proposals, and executive board member's handbook. I had the pleasure of coordinating a trip to the Southwest Collegiate Championship in spring 2017, where I trained and took two teams of three individuals. Along with this, I had the opportunity to study abroad in Queretaro, Mexico in summer of 2016 for a month. I also mentored for two years through P-16 Initiatives and Personalized Academic and Career Exploration at Texas State University. I have also worked as mathematics instructor at Mathnasium, and as a permanent substitute for a Math vacancy in San Antonio Independent School District from Dec. 4, 2018 to Jan. 18, 2019. Outside from teaching, I enjoy yoga, biking, and spending quality time with my loved ones. I am an enthusiastic well rounded individual who is ready to educate the future in the best way possible.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Texas State University-San Marcos - Bachelor of Science, Applied Mathematics
My hobbies include yoga, biking, learning, playing chess, and spending quality time with my loved ones.
Elementary School Math
Technology and Computer Science