I am passionate about helping secondary and post-secondary students to read texts carefully, to make arguments cogently, and to tell a story about themselves, the world around them, and the things that are important in their lives. I believe that the humanities really do help us be more human with each other and in our world. I teach and tutor with the assumption that school is a set of practices that anyone can learn and that, when they engage those practices diligently, students gain empathy and critical thinking skills that are transferable to all of their endeavors.
Undergraduate Degree: University of British Columbia--Vancouver - Bachelor in Arts, History
Graduate Degree: Yale University - Master of Divinity, Theology
In my free time, I cook, write letters to people in prison, and am involved in community gardening and other social justice activities.