Growing up I had problems in many areas of school and was very shy when it came to showing my skills in front of crowds. I kept to myself and read quite often, not knowing that that alone was sharpening my skills. It isn't until we began writing journals and I noticed that my teachers thoroughly enjoyed them did I realize I had a gift. In middle school I read at a college level, I wrote often and was rewarded for my skills. I won nationwide poetry contests I even won essay contests in St. Croix (where I grew up).
By High-school I was in AP English courses, writing essays for everyone, though I cannot quite remember the number I scored above average on my SATS in my writing section. I took part in yearbook in my senior year. Reading taught me to write and writing taught me how to pick up and use many new words to my advantage. By the time I entered college my love for writing tripled and that gave me the strength to become an excellent public speaker. Now at twenty years old I am the Marketing Representative for a Nursing Agency and am still always commended on my way with words.
But I am more than a writer, I'm a lover of literature of poetry and a lover of kids all ages. I'm very good with children ranging from pre K to High School. I know the importance of public speaking, of proper writing and many more subjects. I am also a person who deeply loves history and who would love to share my knowledge of World, American and even Caribbean History. I'm also of a Catholic school background and am very in tune with my spiritual side, I partake in many bible studies and since middle school I would teach bible lessons to the youth groups of my church. I would like to say I am very well rounded, and I have a lot to offer!
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