I have a broad background as an educator, with experience teaching graduate students all the way down to pre-school. I specialize in mathematics education and am currently a doctoral candidate in mathematics education at Teachers College, Columbia University. I am able to teach the range of primary, middle school, high school and advanced placement mathematics courses, as well as economics, business, and finance. I have three years experience teaching in progressive New York City public and private primary schools where I learned to prepare lesson plans and target lessons to the varied individual needs of students. I am a patient and encouraging teacher and focus on teaching critical thinking and problem solving skills. In addition to teaching, I have eight years of experience managing 20 employees as the chief operating and financial officer of a carbon credit-focused environmental business. I hold a Masters in Business Administration from Columbia Business School and a BA in Psychology with a minor in Education from Barnard College. When not teaching, I enjoy helping my two kids with their math homework, playing chess and other strategy games, and playing music on the cello.
Teachers College of Columbia University
Columbia University in the City of New York
MBA in Finance and Economics
Psychology and Education