More About Me
My past experience with tutoring has shown me that each student learns differently, which is why I always try to find new and interesting ways to teach tough subjects. I enjoy teaching others because I genuinely love the moment when a concept finally makes sense to a student and they can feel confident about their studies. Over the years, my teachers and tutors were key to my success and really helped me enjoy learning, which is something I hope to pass along through tutoring.
I’m currently in my senior year at UChicago, studying Economics and History. I work in the admissions office and have been involved with Model UN. Outside of school, I love cooking meals for friends and staying active!
Undergraduate University: University of Chicago
Year of Graduation: 2020
Majors/Minors/Specialization: Economics Major, History Minor
Year of Graduation:
Undergraduate Dean's List, National Merit Scholarship Recipient, SAT 2270, ACT 35
I started tutoring in my neighborhood at a young age and later was an instructor at a math learning center for 2 years, teaching students K-12 various math concepts, helping with homework, and preparing them for testing.
Philanthropy / Volunteering Experience
I currently mentor Chicago Public School students in financial literacy through the organization, Moneythink.