In 2020, I graduated from Pepperdine University with a double major in both Computer Science and Mathematics. Soon thereafter, I attended Brown University to do research in mathematics and theoretical physics.
Education has always been an integral part of my life; teaching and learning are essential for growth to occur. Indeed, Jesus Christ was a great teacher and a great learner (Mark 6:34; Luke 2:46-47).
I am fervently passionate about teaching because I want students to have the skills necessary to make a positive impact on themselves and the world.
Because my model teacher is Jesus Christ, I try to emulate his style; that is, with patience, humility, grace, passion, and accuracy.
I mainly tutor courses at the collegiate level; though, I also tutor elementary and high school level courses.
The topics I cover in Mathematics are Algebra I-II, Geometry, Precalculus, Calculus I-III, Linear Algebra, Abstract Mathematics, Statistics, Probability, Number Theory, Combinatorics, Differential Equations, Complex Analysis, Real Analysis, and Abstract Algebra.
For Computer Science, I tutor Formal Methods, Discrete Structures,
In Physics, I tutor topics in Mechanics, Electricity, and Magnetism.
Other subjects I tutor are African American History, US History, Writing, and Reading.
When I am not tutoring, I am either in prayer, reading, working out, or solving a mathematics problem!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Pepperdine University - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics and Computer Science
Naturally, I'm a hobbyist. I enjoy anything: Christianity, anime, running, school, chess, sports, games, and what have you. Oh, and I enjoy camping and hiking. My favorite view includes mountains, bright rivers, luscious leaves, animals, my family and friends, and a sunset in the background.
Computer Game Design
High School Physics
Technology and Coding