More About Me
Throughout my educational journey, tutors have played a critical role in my learning process by sharing my understanding of material & inspiring me to pursue questions I am interested in. As a tutor, I have the opportunity to give back to the community by helping younger scholars grow & find their voice.
Undergraduate University: Columbia University
Year of Graduation: 2020
Year of Graduation:
Columbia College Dean's list for 4 semesters (4.07 GPA) National Merit Finalist Scholarship 9 scores of 5 on AP exams SAT score qualified for Presidential Scholarship Phi Beta Kappa, Departmental Honors, and Magna Cum Laude.
I have several years of tutoring and teaching experience with high school and middle school students. I was a teaching assistant for Freedom and Citizenship, a summer philosophy program for high school seniors, and I have completed many hours of private tutoring work for clients of diverse ages. Additionally, I volunteered to tutor middle schoolers through my school’s community impact organization, and I lectured for high school students through my school’s SPLASH program and an arts program that I founded on my own. My approach to one-on-one or small group tutoring involves tailoring the lesson to the specific needs of the student, and teaching essential skills to the student that we can practice using together.