I graduated in 2017 from the George Washington University in biomedical engineering with a 3. 6 GPA as a varsity student athlete. Throughout college, I TA'd courses, and tutored athletes professionally. I also wrote curriculum for a summer robotics camp, and volunteered to run weekly Stem and Arts activities at the LAYC. I was given an undergraduate teaching fellowship as a junior, and participated in intensive curriculum intervention design to upper level engineering courses. I spent a year as a research assistant at the NIH in research aiming to diagnose and target treatment of mental illness on an individual basis through quantitative assessment. I currently teach at an alternative high school which has a focus on the one to one model in the classroom. I have experience meeting students where they are, and customizing their education to their interests. I teach calculus, physics, chemistry, computer programming, and creative writing. Enjoy working with all ages :).