I am a graduate of the University of California Santa Barbara. I received my Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences. I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in 2016. I am currently a periodontics resident at Columbia University in New York I have tutored students from all backgrounds and ages, more specifically with a focus on elementary to high school education. My experiences range from instructing low-income and minority fifth grade students to that of high level 12th grade private school institutions. My favorite subjects to tutor are that of biology, including the topics of anatomy, chemistry microbiology, and physiology. I truly enjoy teaching biology because I believe that the human body is such a dynamic process and that there are so many advancements that have yet to be made in the field of science. In terms of my teaching philosophy, I believe in creating a nurturing environment inundated with encouragement, repetition, and positive feedback that allows my students to grow and develop accordingly. In my free time, I enjoy being outdoors and participate in many activities such as hiking, bicycling, swimming, going to the beach, and traveling to captivating foreign lands.
University of Pennsylvania
Academic Excellence in Dentistry