I am currently an adjunct professor of theology at St. John's University. I graduated with two Masters degrees from St. Vladimir's Seminary (Valedictorian, Magna Cum Laude, Special Commendation for Thesis), and I am currently preparing to enter a PhD program.
I am very comfortable with the subjects of English grammar and reading because I was the managing editor of my college newspaper and also interned at the Washington Times and two Washington DC think tanks in the communications department.
In addition to that experience, I am constantly working with students to help them improve their writing and grammar.
I have also taught drum lessons to all ages and I can adjust to the learner regardless of age or ability.
It goes without saying that I am also quite comfortable with computers and Microsoft Office. I write on Word every day, and make PowerPoints about every other day.
And of course, if the occasional student needs help in their theology class, I am more than capable of lending a hand.
Check out my interests and hobbies elsewhere on my profile. I look forward to hearing from you and working with you!
Undergraduate Degree: Malone University - Bachelor in Arts, Journalism
Graduate Degree: St Vladimirs Orthodox Theological Seminary - Master of Divinity, Theology
Before COVID hit, I went to a lot of movies, and when I lived in Ohio, I played in a lot of bands. I enjoy progressive rock and metal, jazz fusion, blues, and classic rock. I love theology of course and dabble in philosophy and economics as well.