I am an undergraduate student at Princeton University concentrating in Politics with a departmental track in Political Economy. I am also pursuing a certificate in Eastern European Culture and Society. Throughout high school, I tutored students through various clubs and organizations in the subjects of math and Latin and I now advise students in North Macedonia that are applying to United States colleges through the EducationUSA program through the US Embassy in Skopje. I am passionate about economics, government, and languages. My teaching philosophy is to structure lessons around the specific needs of the student and to prepare content and practice problems in the areas students need the most work on in order to maximize results and progress. Outside of academia, I enjoy running and dancing. I have participated in several races and have danced in Serbian and Greek folk dance groups.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Princeton University - Bachelor in Arts, Police Science
I am interested in politics, economics, languages, dancing, running, baking, and debating. I currently study politics and economics with a focus on Eastern European political economy and I also speak four languages (English, BCSM, French, and Latin). I have danced in Serbian and Greek folk dance groups and I have debated throughout all four years of high school.