More About Me
In addition to simply loving to learn, I wholeheartedly enjoy working with children. I think that we can learn so much from them, and their sense of humor can lighten anyone’s day. I also believe that education is one of the most crucial points of development in a child’s early life, and the attention of a dedicated teacher or tutor can make a huge difference in a student’s sense of motivation and self-esteem going forward. Aside from teaching, I enjoy painting and drawing, cooking, doing puzzles, and spending time with friends and family (including my adorable dog)!
Undergraduate University: University of Chicago
Year of Graduation: 2020
Majors/Minors/Specialization: Double Major in Economics and Global Studies
Year of Graduation:
Final university GPA: 3.70 Dean's List 2016-2020 SAT Score: 2300 LSAT Score: 168 AP Scores: Macroeconomics: 5 Calculus AB: 5 English Lang & Comp: 5 US History: 4 Environmental Science: 4 Human Geography: 5
Throughout college, I was a member of Maroon Tutors— a university-sponsored program providing one-on-one tutoring to K-12 students. I personally worked with students in second, fourth, and eighth grade on math, reading, writing, and grammar. I was also involved in a student-run organization at UChicago called Art Should. A few other college students and I led after-school art classes of up to 20 students at a local Chicago Public School.
Philanthropy / Volunteering Experience
In college, I volunteered to tutor at St. Thomas the Apostle in Hyde Park, where I met with the same student every week to develop reading and writing skills. I also participated in the aforementioned volunteer program called Art Should, where I led some after-school art classes at Fiske Elementary School in Hyde Park.