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Duke University (Biomedical Engineeri)
Hood College (MBA)
Michigan State University (Other)
I'm a retired United States Air Force Officer (LtCol) with a bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering and two master's degrees. I served as a hospital administrator/squadron commander in Japan, Korea, and Germany and taught facility management seminars for classes for both large (120 attendees) and small groups. After serving in the USAF for 26 years, I worked at a local community hospital running a children's health department where I taught a department of 35 how to use a new electronic medical record system.
I enjoy many hobbies -- genealogy, tennis, gardening, reading, and travel. I am a member of the library board, serve as a volunteer in the local VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistant) program, and teach genealogy at a local genealogy history center. I also volunteer at the Literacy Center where I helped establish a new pre-GED math program.
While teaching math, I learned that I love preparing material and teaching. I also love finding different ways to help each individual become proficient the many topics in math.
I'd love to help you or your child enjoy learning math! I'm a retired United States Air Force Officer (LtCol) with a bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering and two master's degrees. I served as a hospital administrator/squadron commander in Japan, Korea, and Germany and taught facility management seminars for classes for both large (120 attendees) and small groups. After serving in the USAF for 26
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I studied biomedical engineering in college and worked for many years as a biomedical engineer and a facility manager. I used the math skills which I learned in school in multiple jobs. Also I stay current in my math skills by teaching teach math at a local Literacy Center.
I am a retired military officer who served in the USAF for 25 years, nine of them as a squadron commander. Because of my time served, I know what skills are expected of a new recruit. Additionally I have reviewed multiple ASVAB books to ensure I am prepared to tutor students in this exam.