I am a current fourth-year student at James Madison University, currently double majoring in Economics and International Affairs. I have a great passion for learning and helping others achieve their personal and academic goals. My main areas of knowledge and focus in mathematics is algebra, I have a lengthy experience with the material in courses throughout my academic career and would love to help students struggling with understanding key concepts, or those who want to learn more and get ahead in math!
I have a wide range background in modern and contemporary European and US history and government which allows me to help students looking for help with the AP US History, Comparative Politics, US Government exams; or any type of Western Civilization course you may struggle with.
Additionally, I also have a wide knowledge on economics (both macro and microeconomic fields) at the high school/AP and university levels. I have completed intermediate-level undergraduate courses in microeconomics and macroeconomics and more than happy to tutor any student who wishes to further understand the workings of economics choices and decisions around them!
Feel free to contact me with any questions regarding my academic or experiences in any field of math, social studies, writing, or test prep.
Undergraduate Degree: James Madison University - Bachelor in Arts, International Relations
I have a love for reading--mainly adventure and American history! I also am involved in Model United Nations and The Breeze (student newspaper) at James Madison University. Additionally, I have held leadership positions in a variety of other student-led organizations on campus.
College Political Science
High School Economics
High School Geography
High School Political Science
High School Writing