I am a graduate of Walden University where I received a Master's in Psychology and a Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice. I have also obtained a Master's in Healthcare Administration with a focus in education. Currently, I perform investigations in the criminal justice field while I also work as a university professor teaching criminal justice. I have recorded textbooks for the visually impaired and tutored children whose parents lived in a homeless shelter where I volunteered. I also worked with some of the parents by helping them with budgeting, completing college essays, and helping some to improve their English skills (as I am a certified ESL instructor). While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about Criminal Justice, Literature, and Psychology. One of the most important skills that I can aid students in developing is writing and thinking critically regarding the information they receive as they continue to grow throughout their educational careers. I must encourage and prepare students to be contributors in society both locally and globally as well as inspiring the need for continued research that expands conceptual understanding aimed at making a difference. I am a firm advocate of education because it has the potential to improve an individual's quality of life while both broadening and advancing one's exposure and opportunities.
Undergraduate Degree: The University of Texas at Arlington - Bachelor of Science, Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, General
Graduate Degree: Walden University - Doctor of Philosophy, Criminal Justice
I enjoy reading, meditation, jogging, bike riding, cooking, and traveling.