I received my mechanical engineering degree from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. During my time in college, I was a mentor to freshmen engineering students. I assisted them with their math and science homework, showed them successful study habits, and helped them become involved in organizations and research in the engineering school.
I was also very involved in Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and was a part of Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day, an day-long event to teach 5th-8th grade girls about engineering and engage them in exciting activities. I am now a professional SWE member and continue to be involved in SWE community outreach.
In my free time, I love to go hiking and take walks with my dog. Since I was young, I have been a dancer, continued throughout college, and still dance for fun. I am also an avid traveler.
I tutor math from middle school all the way to Calculus I. As an engineer, I completed many math classes and still use much of what I learned in my career every day. I have always loved math and want to help other students learn to love it as well.
I also tutor essay writing and editing. During my time as a researcher at Washington University Medical School, I was an author on several articles published in medical journals and I wrote a large number of essays and technical documents throughout my college career. I love helping students turn their ideas into well thought out and coherent essays.
I am passionate about teaching students tools that will help them understand the concepts in their courses and become confident in their ability to achieve their goals.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Southern Illinois University Edwardsville - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
Traveling, Hiking, Walking my dog
Elementary School Math
Elementary School Science
Middle School Science
Technology and Coding