I am a certified Humanities teacher in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. I taught grades 5-8 at a charter school in Washington D.C., Shady Hill in Boston, and Milken Community High School here in Bel Air. I received my B.A. in English from Kenyon College and Masters in Education from Lesley University and The Shady Hill School in Cambridge MA.
In 2011, after teaching for several years, I decided to go back to school and become a doctor. I am currently in my second year as post-bacc student at the University of Southern California. At USC, I have taken Biology, Chemistry, and Physics in preparation for the MCAT which I plan to take in May (I am currently taking Organic Chemistry and Molecular Biology at USC to finish the requirements).
As an experienced teacher, I am confident I can tutor anything in English or Social Studies (my certification). I am also comfortable with the main sciences (Bio, Chem, and Physics), as they are fresh in my mind and important for the upcoming MCAT.
I enjoy working with children and have extensive experience volunteering with Special Love (an organization in VA for children with Cancer), of which I have been a part of since 2003.
I truly loved teaching, but at 26 years old, decided that I did not want to be a career teacher. Instead, I decided to go to medical school. I currently live in Brentwood.
On my own time, I enjoy reading, traveling, golf, playing the guitar, and cooking.
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