More About Me
|In my free time, I love playing racquet sports, journaling, reading, and playing chess. I love teaching because I love learning and love sharing that passion for learning with my students. I also teach using the Socratic method and enjoy seeing my students begin to learn and discover on their own.|
Undergraduate University: The University of Chicago
Year of Graduation: 2020
Majors/Minors/Specialization: Bachelor of Arts, English Language and Literature, Philosophy
Graduate University: Duke University Law School
Year of Graduation: 2023
Majors/Minors/Specialization: International and Comparative Law
I recently graduated from The University of Chicago with a 3.81/4.00 GPA, Latin honors, and departmental honors. While at The University of Chicago, I was on the Dean's List for all 4 years of college. Currently, I am attending Duke Law School with a merit scholarship and was selected for the JD/LLM dual degree program in International and Comparative Law. I have an ACT score of 34 and an LSAT score of 168.
Currently, I work as a private College Essay Writing tutor and ESL tutor. While at The University of Chicago, I was a tutor for Maroon Tutor Match and tutored elementary and middle school students in math, reading, writing, and ESL. Prior to that, I have also tutored students in English and Math at Kumon, worked with high school students on college applications, and taught students ages 4 to adults in piano.
Philanthropy / Volunteering Experience
While at The University of Chicago, I was a mentor for Women and Youth Supporting Each Other. As a mentor, I planned and led weekly sessions on relevant issues for underprivileged middle school girls in the Chicago area. I was also part of the Partnership for the Advancement of Refugee Rights at UChicago and organized events promoting the rights of refugees in Chicago. Finally, I also served as the service chair for my sorority, alpha Kappa Delta Phi, and organized 1 community service event for 22 active sisters per academic quarter.