I’ve tutored since 2015, when I started as a graduate student. I have a Master’s in Mathematics from the University of Memphis and a passion for educating.

I’ve worked with students in elementary and middle school math, Algebra I&II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-calculus, Calculus I-III, Discrete Math, Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, and Graph Theory. I self-taught Symbolic Logic and have helped students in that, as well. I’ve worked with both undergraduate and graduate-level college students.

I’ve worked as a tutor with students of all ages from 2nd grade up through graduate school. I briefly taught 6th & 7th grade math as well as a couple sections of undergraduate mathematics.

I lead with patience and compassion, trying to cater my approach to each individual student I’m working with. I alternate between giving them the space to work independently and being directly involved in their problem-solving process depending on how much help they presently seem to me. I seek to ensure all students that come to me leave feeling more confident in their ability to do math. Some may have more difficulty than others, but everyone can learn to do math with enough practice and encouragement.

I’ve seen numerous students on the verge of tears from frustration, struggling to understand the math their courses require of them. They have always left feeling more capable than before and less intimidated by the work that was previously overwhelming them. Funnily enough, though, the experience that sticks out to me wasn’t about math. I had a new student who, some time into our session, corrected me when I said her name wrong. I apologized and immediately started pronouncing it as she requested, and she told me that she’s used to it, that not only had other tutors (my coworkers) been getting it wrong, but her teachers and even her friends always called her by the wrong name. As a tutor that first and foremost seeks to build a comfortable environment for students to get work done, I felt quite honored that in so short a time, she trusted me enough to correct me when she hadn’t felt that way with so many others.

I enjoy Crochet, games (of the tabletop and video varieties), and horror media.

I’ve worked with students in elementary and middle school math, Algebra I&II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-calculus, Calculus I-III, Discrete Math, Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, and Graph Theory. I self-taught Symbolic Logic and have helped students in that, as well. I’ve worked with both undergraduate and graduate-level college students.

I’ve seen numerous students on the verge of tears from frustration, struggling to understand the math their courses require of them. They have always left feeling more capable than before and less intimidated by the work that was previously overwhelming them. Funnily enough, though, the experience that sticks out to me wasn’t about math. I had a new student who, some time into our session, corrected me when I said her name wrong. I apologized and immediately started pronouncing it as she requested, and she told me that she’s used to it, that not only had other tutors (my coworkers) been getting it wrong, but her teachers and even her friends always called her by the wrong name. As a tutor that first and foremost seeks to build a comfortable environment for students to get work done, I felt quite honored that in so short a time, she trusted me enough to correct me when she hadn’t felt that way with so many others.

Tutoring subjects:

Elementary and middle school math

Algebra I & II

Geometry

Trigonometry

Pre-calculus

Calculus I-III

Discrete Math

Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, and Graph Theory

Symbolic Logic