I graduated from Carleton College in the spring of 2020 with a degree in Political Science. For the past two years I've interned for a literary magazine called the Chicago Quarterly Review, considering story submissions and writing reader reports for the senior editor. Although currently living in Sag Harbor, I am in the process of applying to law school, with the goal of becoming either an attorney or a law professor.
In my four years at Carleton, I tutored sixth graders in reading and math through the Northfield Tackling Obstacles and Raising College Hopes program (TORCH). I greatly enjoyed this experience, as I discovered my love of teaching. I tutor students of all ages in reading, math, government, and chess. In my sessions, I strive to encourage young people to arrive at ideas and solutions to problems themselves, with an emphasis on instilling habits of critical thinking and open-mindedness.
Outside of academic pursuits, I have a love for blues guitar (Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan are my favorites), chess, and old movies.
Undergraduate Degree: Carleton College - Bachelor in Arts, Political Science and Government
GRE Verbal Reasoning: 169
Chess, tennis, reading, guitar, running, going to the beach