With my diverse experience and background, I embrace the challenges and joys of teaching children who need passionate teachers.
I received my Bachelors degree in Elementary Education from Vanderbilt University, and my Masters degree in Intellectual Disabilities and Autism from Columbia University.
I have taught at an Applied Behavior Analysis school for children with Autism. I have also taught kindergarten and first grade in a public school setting. Overall, I have had teaching experiences in all grade levels from kindergarten through grade 5.
I volunteer my time at my church’s youth group and in the Best Buddies program.