I was born and raised in Washington D.C. where I attended St. Albans School and was a 3 sport varsity athlete (soccer, ice hockey, and lacrosse) and an avid artist. I graduated from Swarthmore College, where I majored in economics and psychology and was a 4 year starter and captain on the lacrosse team. After graduating, I joined Teach for America and taught math at a public high school in West Philadelphia for 3 years, University City High School. While at University City High School, I served as the head soccer coach of the boys and girls varsity soccer teams and was a faculty advisor for a peer leadership class called Peer Group Connections. During my second year of teaching at University City, I received the Lindback Award for excellence in teaching, given to 1 teacher at each public high school in Philadelphia.
I am thrilled to be in my second year as a math teacher at Moses Brown. This year I am teaching AP Statistics and Honors Precalculus. Additionally, I will be the assistant coach to the boys varsity soccer and lacrosse team and serve as the faculty advisor to MB Peer2Peer and Camp Eureka