I have been teaching for as long as I can remember. Whether it be mentoring young dancers, tutoring my peers, working at an elementary school after school program, coaching high school dance team, or tutoring online. I am graduating with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Art from the University of Minnesota. At UMN, I was a research assistant in a dissertation examining the political psychology of immigration attitudes. Also at UMN, I was a teachers assistant for a social psychology class, President and Founder of Elite Dance club, and a member of Psi Chi which is a Psychological Honors Society at the university.
I am passionate about watching others thrive in what they do and hope to help others attain their goals.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Minnesota-Crookston - Bachelor in Arts, Psychology
I have been a lifelong dancer, which is how I found my passion for teaching. I started dancing at a dance studio when I was seven years old and started mentoring younger dancers around thirteen years old. I then began teaching developmentally delayed dancers through Darby's Dancers. From there I moved onto dance team, and eventually founded Elite Dance club at the University of Minnesota, started coaching high school dance team, and started teaching private lessons. I also love art, and frequently partake in fun projects on the weekends. I love visiting The Walker, MIA, and online exhibits. My favorite artist right now is Lo Harris!
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