I am a graduate of The University of Georgia where I earned Bachelor of Science in Biochemical Engineering. After graduating in 2017, I traveled extensively in Europe and Southeast Asia. Through traveling I gained passion for sharing experiences, knowledge, and culture. At one point while overseas I volunteered at a Youth's Day Center where my main focus was to inspire kids to pursue higher education in STEM. I spent most of my time speaking about science and technology, its importance and the future. My volunteering experience inspired me to help the community and to pursue a career in teaching.
While at UGA I spent a lot of time in small friend groups doing homework, preparing for exams, and teaching peers in one on one setting. I personally learn best visually, and my teaching style heavily relays on logic. As an engineer I've learned that knowing how to approach a problem calmly, applying what knowledge you have, and checking to see if the answer makes sense truly demonstrates understanding. I believe that the process is always more important than the outcome, and when the process is perfected, the outcome comes naturally. I will help you think outside the box and find a process that makes most sense to you.
I believe I'm most effective when tutoring math and chemistry since I'm the most knowledgeable in these areas. Also, I pride myself for being extremely patient. I like to treat my students as my peers, and I don't give up easily. I believe everyone is capable of being successful in math and science.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Georgia - Bachelor of Science, Biochemical Engineering
Traveling, hiking, cooking, martial arts, lifting heavy things, running