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BA, Washington University in St. Louis (French)
New York University (PhD)
I am an avid learner, teacher, and historian. While working on my doctoral work at New York University (NYU), I taught French language classes (5 years), and I created and taught a food history course for NYU in Paris. I adapted that course for Boston University's Masters in Gastronomy program where I taught in the fall of 2014. At BU, I also produced a series of online courses.
Currently, I am a French teacher at the Chadwick school in Palos Verdes, and I am developing my dissertation into a book. On a daily basis, I create lesson plans, assessments, and grammar and vocabulary worksheets. I have extensive experience in both secondary and higher education. As such, I am eager to not only help students in their classes but also to coach them through the college application process.
In my spare time, I make cheese, go hiking, and travel.
My services include but are not limited to the following: test prep, college-essay writing, English, history, and French. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. ab I am an avid learner, teacher, and historian. While working on my doctoral work at New York University (NYU), I taught French language classes (5 years), and I created and taught a
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