I graduated from Wagner College with a BS in Biology. I was at the top student in my major and received the college’s most prestigious award at graduation — the Dr. Donald Spiro Award — for academic and co-curricular achievement. I also conducted biological and medical research at my alma mater and at Johns Hopkins University.
Outside of tutoring, I work as a socio-therapist at a foster care agency in Brooklyn. In my free time, I enjoy writing, reading, lifting weights, running, playing guitar, and building IKEA furniture.
I specialize in teaching Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Algebra II, and Geometry at both the high school and collegiate levels. I enjoy using my research and academic experiences to transform challenging a curriculum into digestible bite-sized pieces. I accomplish this by getting to know each of my students as an individual and constructing relatable and practical examples and analogies that align with their own interests.