I graduated from Amherst College with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics in 2009, and from Wesleyan University with a Masters of Arts Liberal Studies with a concentration in Mathematics in 2018. While at Amherst I spent a semester abroad at the University of Edinburgh. I also attended Columbia Teachers College's Klingenstein Summer Institute in the summer of 2012. I've been teaching professionally since I graduated from college--first at a charter school, then at a boarding school, and now at an independent day school--but my teaching experience started in childhood, when I helped my four younger siblings with their homework. I've taught English and History before, but now I'm a full-time math teacher, and I teach everything from Algebra to Geometry to PreCalculus to Calc, and I've worked with students at the honors, college prep and fundamentals levels. My students appreciate my energy, positivity, and love of math, and they know how much I care about them. In addition to teaching, I am also a high school varsity coach with a record of success in football and lacrosse.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Amherst College - Bachelor in Arts, Economics
Graduate Degree: Wesleyan University - Master of Arts, Mathematics
As a high school coach, I watch a lot of football and lacrosse film. I also love to read and play board games, and my wife and I are preparing for the birth of our first child this fall.