Sometimes, as a student-athlete, I feel like I’m working two full-time jobs, both of which consume my whole life. On one hand, I am an Economics major at Princeton University, pursuing three minor programs in French, Asian-American Studies, and Gender and Sexuality Studies, while also actively participating in various student groups. On the other hand, I am an international fencer who represents both my university and my country. I have learned a lot while balancing these two different parts of my life: time management, effective study habits, communication, and most importantly (in my opinion), grit. As a tutor, I hope to impart these skills onto my students. As an econ major with a strong background in English and French, I love to work with students who are interested in improving their critical reading skills. Critical reasoning is something that is applicable in their lives as they grow up in a world of “alternative facts” and fast-paced media. Ask for me if you want to learn more about my academic, athletic, or tutoring experience!


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: A.B. Econonics, Program in Political Economy
Other Degrees/Minors: Certificates in French, Asian-American Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies

High School:

Class Rank: 10%
Awards & Honors: Varsity Fencing State Squad Champion x2, NJ Seal of Biliteracy (French), Cadet Individual World Silver Medalist 2018, Junior Team World Champion 2018, 2x Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Bronze Medalist (Team and Individual)
Interests & Activities: Varsity Fencing (Captain), National Honors Society, School Newspaper Editor
SAT Scores: 1560 SAT, 770 English, 790 Math
AP Exams: 5 Microeconomics, 5 Macroeconomics, 5 English Language, 5 English Literature, 5 French Language


Other Awards: 5-time Fencing World Team Member (Cadet 2017-18, Junior 2018-20), Ivy League Individual Champion 2020, NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Regional Champion and NCAA Qualifier 2020 (NCAA Championships cancelled due to COVID-19), A+ in Microeconomic Theory (taken in freshman year because of 5 in AP Micro; A+ only awarded to students with exceptional grade average in the class and with Professor's discretion).
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I'm involved in: Varsity Fencing, Wounded Tigers Network, Tigers for Nassau
Location: Princeton, NJ

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