I am currently working on my music composition degree and have maintained a GPA of 3.83. In my time at Pacific I have tutored for Pacific's Educational Resource Center assisting my fellow students in the areas of writing, grammar, ESL, English conversation, music theory, music history, sight singing, ear training. My experience on applied instruments began at age 6 with the piano, at age 8 I added violin and continued with both into college where I play with the University Symphony and am on a Performance Scholarship. In 2008-2009 I taught private violin students at Stockton's Zion Academy of Music.
In high school I competed in competitive speech and debate (2003-2006) to the national level and coached national finalists in theatrical interpretive events and top ranking national speakers in Lincoln Douglas Debate to their titles. I landed lead rolls in summer stock theater productions of Midsummer Night's Dream (Puck), Much Ado About Nothing (Beatrice), Taming of the Shrew (Bianca), Twelfth Night (Viola), with Colorado Spring's Back Yard Bards.
Additionally, I am the President elect for 2011 of University of the Pacifics Mu Eta Chapter of the Professional Music Fraternity Mu Phi Epsilon. In my 2 years as a part of this organization I have been instrumental in directing community service projects which have focused on fostering academic achievement and musical appreciation in students in elementary school through college.
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