California State University, Los Angeles

I'm a former university instructor and have been tutoring almost a decade. I graduated in 2005 from the Fulton School of Engineering at Arizona State University. I then graduated Summa Cum Laude from the California State University at Los Angeles with a Master's in Rhetoric and Media. I am also a lifelong student and coach of competitive forensics at all levels (speech and debate). I am full service, as my training has given me equal skill and comfort with both quantitative and qualitative studies. I specialize in tutoring Mathematics from Algebra I to AP Calculus, general Chemistry, and English (literary analysis and language arts). I am also a part-time debate coach. Originally I was pursuing a career in college instruction, but the enthusiasm of high school students and their parents has proven a more rewarding environment. Pre-college students learn faster and with greater purpose and are more exciting to help and foster. My students over the years have matriculated to Penn, Harvard, Princeton, U Chicago, Stanford, Carnegie-Mellon, Yale, Swarthmore, NYU, Columbia, Brown, Georgetown, George Washington, Berkeley, Juilliard, and have received scholarships to dozens more fine institutions. Sending clear-sighted and honest young people on their way is one of the greatest sources of pride in my life.


Arizona State University

B.S. in Industrial Engineering

California State University, Los Angeles

M.A. in Communication Studies
(Criticism of Rhetoric and Media)