I graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with dual degrees in Law and Society and Psychology. For about a year after graduating from UCSB, I worked for a market research company, New American Dimensions. Following, I was a coordinator for the Boys and Girls Club of Garden Grove where I discovered a passion for teaching, which prompted me to obtain a teaching credential. I received my Master of Arts in Teaching with a Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential at the University of California, Irvine, I was a part-time categorical teacher at Earl Warren Elementary for two years. In addition to a multiple subjects credential, I also hold a secondary credential in mathematics.
When I am not teaching, I seek out learning opportunities in order to be a more effective teacher and a better human being. The most important thing about me is that I have a passion for learning, which encompasses every aspect of my life, and I am always eager to share this with anyone I meet.