My passion all started when I helped children who had developmental disabilities learn social skills and master daily tasks. Working with these population sparked my love and passion for teaching and helping students who may struggle in certain areas. My passion is to assist individuals reach their full potential no matter what challenge. My tutoring style will consist of me figuring out your learning style (which I find so important) while being patient and flexible. I want my students to feel comfortable and come as they are.
Now a little about me. I received my bachelors in science with a major in psychology and a minor human development and family studies from Purdue University. It hard to choose but my favorite classes in college were clinical psychology, abnormal psychology, child psychology, and atypical child development. After graduation I started my masters at Ball State to become a board certified behavior analyst in order to keep working with children who have developmental disabilities. During this summer I decided that this track wasn't for me anymore. As I love and thrive in the academic environment I decided that I wanted to still obtain a masters degree in the near future. My current plan is to become a elementary teacher because I want my future students love school as much as I do.
Lastly, in my spare time you can find me doing all things outdoors (especially rock climbing) with my fiance and friends as well as reading my huge collection of books.
Undergraduate Degree: Purdue University-Main Campus - Bachelor of Science, Psychology
My interests include as much outdoor activities as possible especially rock climbing, hiking, kayaking, and golfing at the nearest course. When feeling lazy you will find me binge watching everything on Disney+ while enjoying peppermint tea.