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North Carolina State Unitversity at Raleigh, N.C. (Spanish, Psychology)
The University of Georgia (MEd)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (PhD)
I am an impassioned scholar-educator committed to developing engaged, critical-thinking young leaders through intentionally designed leadership programming and curriculum. My tutoring career began during my undergraduate work at NC State University where I served as a tutor for student athletes during my senior year (2008-2009). My broad areas of expertise included note taking, academic skills, writing and speaking, as well as test preparation. My content areas included Spanish, Psychology, English, and general education courses.
As a graduate student in higher education at the University of Georgia (2009-2011), I worked for both University Housing as well as the Division of Academic Enhancement. In my roles, I worked with students on navigating academic transitions from high school to college, on general academic success skills such as time management, as well as on personal leadership capacities such as goal setting.
After graduation in 2011, I have continued to work professionally with college students on campuses including UNCG and NC State. Currently, I am a doctoral student in Educational Studies with a focus on educational philosophy where I also teach undergraduate coursework. My academic and research interests rest of the intersections of educational philosophy, higher education, student affairs, academic capitalism, and ethics.
My specialties include broad areas such personal leadership skill development, academic success coaching, study skills, and academic transitions. My content areas include Spanish, writing, philosophy, and psychology.
I am an impassioned scholar-educator committed to developing engaged, critical-thinking young leaders through intentionally designed leadership programming and curriculum. My tutoring career began during my undergraduate work at NC State University where I served as a tutor for
Since 2003, I have been involved with the Hugh Shelton Leadership Center's Shelton Leadership Challenge for high school students. Public speaking is a core curricular element of the program. As both a volunteer and full-time professional staff member with the Center, I have been responsible for teaching and modeling public speaking for groups of up to 70 college students per session.