I believe that education should be an unique and fulfilling experience. In order for students to completely benefit, the teacher has to realize their role in the process. There cannot be a day without purpose. Students will only be engaged if the content is conveyed in a clear and concise manner that challenges them.
I went to a magnet school named George Washington Carver for Engineering & Science. I later went on to Temple University to study finance. Then I got my Masters in Business Administration / International Business from Arcadia University.
I have taught classes at a youth center while overseas. The subjects I taught were math, english and science. This experience was great and I felt as though I made a difference in the lives of the students. In addition I was a basketball coach for the center. It allowed me to further demonstrate my skills as a mentor and instructor.
I am an avid sports guy. I enjoy basketball, running, football and working out in general. When I am not being active with sports I love to cook and travel. I also have a love of the investing markets and trade stocks and currencies on a daily basis.