I taught High School Mathematics and Physics for six years in Liberia while I was pursing my first University Degree. I said six years, because we had a civil war that lasted for fourteen years. I entered the University of Liberia in 1989, exactly one year after the civil war started, so everything in the country was brought to a complete stopped. So, I returned to University three years after in 1992. I completed a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physics and Minor in Mathematics in September 1996. I was granted Political Asylum by the United States Government in 1996, after I participated in Summer Olympic Games in Georgia. I follow up my education by enrolling into Keller Graduate School, where I earned double masters in Project Management and Information Systems Management. Currently, I am in the process of completing enrollment requirement at Southern Polytechnic University to pursue another master in software engineering. I taught mathematics from 9th Grade to 12th Grade at the E.J.Goodridge High School in Barnesville Estate, Liberia. I was a mathematics instructor for the University of Liberia College Preparatory Program. I was also a Lab demonstrator in the Department of Physics at the University of Liberia for two years.
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