I strongly believe in the power of education to not only teach our young people but to help prepare them for a challenging and dynamic world.
I love children, want the best for them, and am determined to go the extra mile to ensure their success. In order to learn, children must be an active part of the educational process.
I believe all children can and will learn if placed in an environment that is educational, compassionate, patient, and engaging.
I received my high school diploma from a math, science, and technology magnet high school. I have a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and a minor degree in mathematics. I recently completed my masters of education degree. I also have a teaching certificate which allows me to teach classes in chemistry, physics, earth science, general science, physical science and biology.
I have spent the last two years of my life teaching high school science courses. I also educate and supervise teen workers at my local science museum. In addition, I have several years of experience as an educator. These years include time as a tutor, intern and teaching intern.
This year, I served as one of the Science Olympiad coaches for my high school. I also was a member of the following organizations in high school and/or college: debate, FBLA, science club, Junior Engineering Technical Society (JETS), alpha phi omega, student government and honor societies.