I earned a master's degree in Historical Musicology from the University of North Texas (I plan on pursuing a PhD in this subject during the 20222023 school year). I also received a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from St. Mary's College of Maryland and a Bachelor of Science in Music, with a Voice Concentration, from Towson University. I have spent the past few years working as a Teaching Assistant in music history with a particular emphasis on helping students write successful essays. As a musician and a scholar, I am passionate about helping people find their voices through singing and writing. I believe that each student has the potential to make valuable contributions by expressing their individuality. As a result, I strive to help students realize their goals by introducing techniques to develop their skills and providing constructive feedback to help them present their ideas in a clear and effective manner.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Towson University - Bachelor of Science, Voice and Opera
Graduate Degree: University of North Texas - Master of Arts, Musicology and Ethnomusicology
I enjoy doing yoga, dancing, reading, watching (and re-watching) various TV shows and movies, and listening to podcasts (especially ones with historical subjects).