Hello! I have a passion for teaching, and I thoroughly enjoy helping people learn business
technologies. My undergraduate degree is in music
education, and recently I taught Business Education classes as an adjunct instructor at a community college, receiving excellent reviews from both faculty and staff. My professional business career spans over 25 years at Fortune 500 companies, working in the Finance
department of major telecommunications and banking
firms. In 2007 I earned a Masters degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in technology and innovation management.
Most of my tutoring experience has been in Microsoft Excel
, helping students at the beginning and intermediate levels of expertise gain more confidence in the use of spreadsheets. I've also tutored in SQL
and general computer
studies, and am certified to tutor in Word, Access, and HTML
. Learning tends to "sink in" through practical, hands-on experience, and often in tutoring sessions we take the time to practice technical techniques. My tutoring style is informal, but each lesson is structured, as we focus on your specific objectives through a mix of direct instruction, Q&A, and practice time.
My goal is your complete satisfaction in gaining expertise with office technology!
At this point, I'm available for evening and weekend appointments. Monday through Friday, we can meet between 7:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. On Saturday, we can start anytime between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. If you need to cancel, I ask for a minimum of two hours advance notice.
My WyzAnt location is set to Auburn, WA in order to extend my geographic reach for students. I live in Thurston County, have worked in Bellevue and Seattle, and currently work in Vancouver WA. Most of my tutoring sessions have been on the Eastside (Bellevue/Issaquah) or in South King County. I'm willing to travel to an appointment, so long as the session is at least one hour in duration.
For the venue, we'll meet in a public location. Usually my tutoring appointments are held at a coffee shop that's convenient to the student. A library or community center could be a good option too.
I look forward to hearing from you today, and helping you improve your business technology skills!
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