I am a graduate of Arizona State University in Anthropology. While there I worked at Elinor Ostrom's center for the study of institutional diversity proving that nothing in this world bores me.
Anthropology is one of the broadest subjects imaginable from determining cause of death from bones to the customs and rituals of hunter- gatherers. I did math. I published a paper in the "journal of theoretical biology";. no small feat for an undergraduate. I love mathematics especially the calculus and stats.
Since graduation I have been writing and teaching. I brought a Job Corps medical assistant classes pass rate from 30% to 90%. (even though when I started I did not know what a medical assistant was. you see I am good at teaching).
I am also an sculptor, sometimes comic book artist and play American primitive guitar.
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