I am a graduate of Southern Connecticut State University, receiving my Masters in Sociology; I also work at Yale University as a research coordinator. Anything and everything academia has been a passion of mine since i first set forth on my journey to receive my first degree. Every class I took, whatever the subject, i set forth to learn as much as i could. I felt that every subject was interconnected, and i always found a way to find some connection back to Sociology and our understanding of the social world around us. Ever since finishing my masters, i have attained a deeper desire to share my passion with others, and to help them succeed in their studies. I have tutored for standardized exams and have lectured students in Bioethics and Sociology. I have also perfected my presentation skills both on the individual and group level through numerous conference presentations throughout the east coast. My teaching philosophy is very simple. I try to meet my students at the level that they are most comfortable in. I remain at that level until they are comfortable and then i push them a little harder until they are once again out of their comfort zone. I feel this technique is the best method of teaching students to become better writers, better test takers, and better critical thinkers. I am grateful for the countless professionals who pushed me to succeed and i hope to pass along this success to future generations of great thinkers.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Southern Connecticut State University - Bachelor of Science, Sociology
Graduate Degree: Southern Connecticut State University - Master of Science, Sociology
Skiing in the winter, camping in the summer, and fixing things around the house throughout the year.
COMPASS Writing Skills
High School English
IB Social and Cultural Anthropology
SAT Subject Test in Spanish with Listening
SAT Subject Tests Prep