Outside of reading and writing, I am involved in a Working Memory and Brain Plasticity Research Lab on campus where I have completed multiple independent and group projects. I am also in the Campuswide Honors Program which has provided me a lot of opportunities to learn more about academia and research. If you don’t see me bunkered down in the library immersed in my studies, you might see me in Aldrich Park listening to music and enjoying nature, or at one of my favorite places (and workplace) Barnes & Noble.
I am extremely excited to serve the community and provide tutoring services so that I can share my own love for reading and writing, but also strengthen my skills as a future educator. I look forward to meeting you, and feel free to reach out to me with any questions you might have!”
My writing experiences include everything from scribbling cursive letters in elementary school to writing for Cappies (a theater critic program), through which I was published in the Orange County Register ten times over the course of three years.
I ultimately believe that writing is a vehicle for creative expression, and my goal this year is to help you articulate yourself on paper so you better interact with the world around you. With that said, I look forward to working with you and helping you craft your own personal narratives (no matter if they are essays, lab reports, or research papers) over this academic year! Best of luck and zot on!!