I am a graduate from Florida International University in Miami, FL. I received my Bachelor's of Science in Biological Sciences. While pursuing this degree, I became a student-teacher for both middle and high school science courses, teaching subjects ranging from environmental science, biology, and chemistry. It was during this time when I discovered my love for teaching. Since receiving my degree, I have done extensive research on the Florida Everglades, studying both atmospheric carbon and wildfires. I also served as a Writing Assistant in both science and gender studies college courses, helping students develop thoughtful and purposeful works of writing. Currently, I am pursuing a Master's of Biomedical Sciences degree at Rutgers University in Newark, NJ. I am passionate about the field of medicine and hope to become a physician one day. My ultimate goal is to provide health care to disadvantaged groups who are often excluded from our healthcare systems. But, as I work towards this degree, I still carry the passion of teaching. I hope to encourage other students to appreciate STEM as much as I do and to potentially pursue careers in STEM. In my spare time, I love reading, exploring new restaurants, discovering unique sites in nature, and traveling to new cities.
Undergraduate Degree: Florida International University - Bachelor of Philosophy, Biological and Physical Sciences
I love reading, traveling, and exploring local restaurants and cafes. My favorite book is called Anthem by Ayn Rand. One of my favorite cities in the US is Washington, DC. And my favorite food is Japanese and favorite drink is coffee.
Elementary School English
Elementary School Reading
Elementary School Science
Middle School English
Middle School Reading
Middle School Writing