I was born and raised in Qingdao, China, which is known for its fresh seafood and refresing beer. My first 10 years of education was done in Chinese and English. I am efficient in reading, writing, listening and speaking Chinese.
At the age of 16 I came to the United States to challenge myself academically, and I went to Montrose Christian School and the later graduated with Science Honor in 2009. I then went to Montgomery College to pursuit an education degree in mathematics, later transferred to University of Maryland, College Park to pursue a degree in pure mathematics. My academic specialty is in applied statistics, mathematical modeling and computational math. I graduated in May 2013, and since then I've been working for United States Postal Service as a data analyst. My job focus is on data analysis, modeling, data forecasting and SAS programming.
I have some great experience with teaching math. I've interned in two middle schools in Montgomery County as math assistant for one year, and during my sophomore year I went back to Montrose Christian School and worked as part-time math substitute teacher. I was hired as part-time math teacher the following year teaching algebra 2. During my senior I worked at University of Maryland as a teaching assistant for a developmental math course. On my spare time I also tutored five different students, subject ranging from middle school math, high school Chinese, to SAT test prep and calculus.
I have some great experience with SAS programming. I've initially learned how to program SAS during my senior year SAS class, but eventually I went on and did a few research projects with people from other colleges. Right now I am a full-time SAS programmer, and I have finished the first SAS programming source provided by SAS Institute.
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