I am a graduate of Wayne State University and Central Michigan University. Prior to the country being shut down due to COVID-19, I was taking classes at Oakland County Community College to keep up with my soft skills and business skills. I have a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and a Master of Administration in Science Degree. I have enough credits to get an associate in Education and Business Administration. Currently, I spend a lot of time studying physics as it relates to the human body and how the human body functions. I am in the process of obtaining a Health Coaching Certification.
I have been a substitute teacher in the Detroit Michigan area in the past. Also, I have tutored students in as part of supporting the program "No Child Left Behind" through Tutor Mates. I am passionate about physics. My motto is math is vital and important, and physics makes the world churn. It is foundational to everything we do on this planet and in this universe.
I have learned that there are multiple learning styles and I like to meet students where they are to explore and bring out their learning style. This is typically a pivot point from going to struggling to grasping concepts. There is a point when the light bulb comes on, and it is an exhilarating experience for both the student and the teacher or coach.
Undergraduate Degree: Wayne State University - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
Graduate Degree: Central Michigan University - Master of Science, Business Administration and Management
I love to read and learn. I especially like to read biographies. This gives me inspiration. My favorite interest is physics. I spend a good deal of time learning about how physics makes the human body function. This is my purpose, passion, and how I can extend longevity in my life.