I am a PhD candidate at the EUCLID University focused on Interfaith Dialogue and Diplomacy. M.A. in Anthropology from the New School for Social Research was my transformative experience. Aside from instructing my four children, all of whom attended Ivy League (or equivalent) institutions, I have coached hundreds of students. Most of them were children of first-generation immigrant parents.
While I tutor students in various areas, English, literature, world history, religion and social science are the subjects I love teaching the most. Education provides stability in life, and it's something that no one can ever take away. By being well-educated and holding a college degree, you increase your chances for better career opportunities and open up new doors for yourself. I make every effort to instil this belief in all of my students. Reading, writing, yoga, and the occasional jogging, are some of my favourite pastimes.
Graduate Degree: The New School - Master of Arts, Anthropology
Writing Reading Travelling
College Level American Literature
High School English
Technology and Coding