I am a junior at Johns Hopkins University. I am a double major in Applied Math & Statistics and Global Environmental Change and Sustainability. Through these two majors I have taken numerous math and science classes. I am a member of the engineers without borders club at Hopkins and have participated in various research positions.
In high school I tutored in math classes, pre calc and algebra. Other than that I don't have any other direct teaching experience but I have held leadership positions in clubs and jobs where my responsibilities included elements of teaching.
2016 - 2016
This summer I interned at a CariClub which is a professional networking platform for social change aimed at young professionals. My responsibilities included reaching out to non profits and creating profiles for them, helping match young professionals to non profits, and aiding in the development of a ranking algorithm for the financial accountability of the non profits.
Engineers Without Borders, February 2015-August 2015, Guatemala Project Team Member
2015 - 2016
The Guatemala project installed a solar powered water pump in a small village in Guatemala. The village had lost access to clean water after a bad hurricane and the villagers had to travel a long and dangerous path to reach a semi clean water source. The project installed a natural filtration system and a solar powered pump that delivered the water to spouts at each individual farm within the village. During August 2015 I traveled with the team to perform a final inspection of the system and turn the water on.
Montclair Town Pools, Lifegaurd
2013 - 2015
Monitor pool and teach swim lessons.
Covenant House, Intern
2014 - 2014
Covenant House is a non profit organization that helps underserved and homeless teens create a brighter future. As an intern I helped create promotional material, plan fundraising events, reach out to sponsors, and organize activities for the Covenant House teens