I achieved my undergraduate degree in mathematics from the University of Connecticut. Soon afterward, I left the US to teach mathematics, physics, and science to island peoples on remote islands in the Pacific Ocean area known as Micronesia. From there, I travelled to Africa and taught mathematics of all levels, grades 6 to 12, under the British international curriculum at an international school in central Tanzania. I then shifted back the US to teach at a high school in Massachusetts near to where I grew up, while completing my master's degree in mathematics at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. My latest, and perhaps my last, international adventure has been the last few years living in the capital of Ethiopia, teaching the International Baccalaureate curriculum at an international school in Addis Ababa. Between my teaching, I tutor students of all levels, most often in preparation for standardized tests, like the IGCSE, A-levels, SATs, and the IB, among others. When I was not involving myself in education, I was DJing at festivals and events in and around the towns or cities where I was residing at the time.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Connecticut - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematics
Graduate Degree: Worcester Polytechnic Institute - Master of Arts, Mathematics
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