When I first found myself in a challenging classroom, I was awakened, then frustrated, then cycled through several iterations of curiosity, hope, and disappointment. Eventually, frustration gave way to new understandings. Through dedication to this process, I developed an appreciation for those who had frustrated me and realized that they were the ones who cared most. Ever since, I've worked to help others find their own path to understanding through mathematics.
M.A.T. and M.S.Ed. (SUNY Oswego)
B.A. Mathematics (SUNY Oswego)
Began My Career in Education: 2013
Began at ASMS: 2015