I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Art History at the University of Texas at Austin in 2008, followed by a Master’s in Visual Culture from Illinois State University in 2008.
Seeking a more global perspective as well as teaching experience, I then taught ESL in Seoul, South Korea from 2013 to 2014. In Seoul, I taught and tutored students of all ages and loved helping them grow and learn at their own pace. When I returned to the United States to live in beautiful Seattle, I knew that I wanted to continue to pursue my teaching career as well as my scholarly research.
Through my experiences as a Teaching Assistant, ESL Teacher, and ESL Tutor, I have learned to be flexible, encouraging, and supportive. I think those qualities foster the most positive learning environment. I am eager to work with students of all ages and levels to help improve their reading, writing, or ESL skills. I am also happy to provide my tutoring services for students that are specifically seeking college level writing help, especially for art history courses.
Undergraduate Degree: The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelor in Arts, Art History
Graduate Degree: Illinois State University - Master of Arts, Visual Culture
Reading, writing, running, knitting, playing music, and spending time outside with my dog.