Since I could hold a pencil, I have been fascinated by language and storytelling. Over the years, I have immersed myself in English literature, world history, and other languages, such as French and Spanish.
I graduated cum laude from New York University with degrees in journalism and psychology. Since then, I have worked as an associate editor at a paper and managed publications for a nonprofit. Both my nonfiction and fiction writing has been published. I hope to guide other aspiring writers, historians, and literature lovers to realize their fullest potential.
Lead after school enrichment classes for students in grades 3 through 5. Also provide one-on-one help with homework.
Oversee the development of effective materials that articulate the organization’s mission and impact. Project manage large design projects and execute smaller in-house projects. Manage all photography and video needs.
Contributed local stories to this alternative weekly while directing its digital media strategy and editing its film section.
Tutored eighth grade public school students in mathematics and reading, specifically with a focus on helping them achieve high scores on the New York State Common Core exam.
Instructed sixth grade student in French on a weekly basis, covering reading comprehension, pronunciation, and grammar, in particular.
Taught a classroom of 40 third graders introductory French with two colleagues. Tailored lessons to students who spoke Spanish as a first language, as the majority of the classroom did.
Educator license issued by Massachusetts.