I'm a born and raised rural New Englander who attended Michigan and has just moved to the mountains after a two-year stint working a high-stress job in DC.
As an economics major at the University of Michigan, I tutored elementary school students in English and Math and assisted friends in their English, History, and Economics classes as well as in their LSAT and GMAT preparation. I was also selected by the university to design and teach a seminar entitled "What they don't teach you in Econ 101" to incoming Honors College freshmen. I have a passion for economics, math, statistics, English, and History, and I love helping others to learn (and possibly even enjoy) those subjects.
In my free time, I love to ski (both cross-country and downhill), run, host cookouts and bonfires with friends, and play football, soccer and chess. I also love to travel and spent four months in Patagonia, Bolivia, and Peru in 2009. I hope to help coach the local Nordic ski team this winter and take advantage of all the outdoor opportunities Colorado has to offer.
Bragging bit: I scored a 1560 on my SATs in high school (800 Math, 760 Verbal) and scored all 4's and 5's on eight AP exams. In college, I graduated Phi Beta Kappa and earned awards in the Economics department for my work in the classroom and in the broader Ann Arbor community.
I hope to hear from you soon!
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