I am a graduate of Stockton University with my BA in Mathematics and BA in Teacher Education. In 2018, I earned my Master's degree at William Paterson University in Curriculum and Learning, with a concentration in Teaching Children Mathematics. As of September 2019, I am beginning the journey of earning my PhD in Mathematics Education at Montclair State University.
In 2013 I joined the Manchester family! It has been a honor watching my students grow, learn, and succeed throughout the years. I am also lucky to work collaboratively with dedicated colleagues who make my day brighter! In my spare time, I love to travel and explore new places!
Why did I study math and become a teacher?
When I was growing up, math was my favorite subject. As nerdy as this may sound, I love solving problems and I love thinking logically. I decided to become a teacher because I want to be a positive role model for young adults and impact their lives (and teach them math of course)! Additionally, I like the challenge of easing students' math anxiety; quite often math is everyone's biggest fear.
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