Hi! I am a graduate of Princeton University currently working as a Physics Curriculum Developer with The Art of Problem Solving. I love helping people empower themselves through education. I’ve taught and tutored many students in the past in physics and math (up to Calculus AB). Throughout high school, I worked as a teaching assistant at the Gifted Child Society, a floor volunteer at the Liberty Science Center, and as a content creator for the New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning. At NJCTL, I created tests, quizzes, practice problems, and instructional videos for AP Physics B, 1, 2, and C that are used in lesson plans by teachers all across New Jersey. The beautiful thing about teaching science and math is that, by definition, the subject has to make sense. There will always be a logical process a person can use to reach the right answer. Since each person is unique, my job is to help students figure out how to think about these concepts in ways that make sense to them.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Physics

High School:

Awards & Honors: Citizen Watch's 2015 "Science Star of the Future"; Yearly High Honor Roll Member
Interests & Activities: Content Creator at the New Jersey Center of Teaching and Learning for AP Physics B, 1, 2, and C, Liberty Science Center (Floor Volunteer), Gifted Child Society's Saturday Workshop (Volunteer), Varsity Volleyball, Physics Club
SAT Scores: 790 Math, 690 Critical Reading, 750 Writing
AP Exams: 5 AP Calculus AB, 5 AP Calculus BC, 5 AP Physics B, 5 AP Physics C
SAT Subject Tests: 760 Math Level 2, 800 Physics


Other Awards: Hosted art gallery entirely of my work through Princeton University
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton I was involved in: Princeton University Band (Saxophone), Bee Keeping Club, Astronomy Club, Princeton University Society for Undergraduate Women in Physics, Fencing Club, and founded a performance art group

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