Yale University, New Haven, CT
B.A., Political Science & Education Studies, Class of 2021, GPA: 3.93

  • American Education & the Law

  • Constitutional Law

  • Equity & Innovation in International Education

  • Constructing Coeducation in the American Academy

  • Theories, Practices & Politics of Human Rights

  • Statistics for Psychological Sciences (using SPSS)

  • YData: Introduction to Data Science (using Python)

  • Advanced Spanish Grammar

  • Education & the Culture Wars (audit)

Education policy experience

Yale College Dean’s Office Committee on Majors, New Haven, CT
Member, 2018–present
Oversee academic majors at Yale College on a team of nine faculty and three students. Provide guidance to the Directors of Undergraduate Studies on how best to serve the needs, issues and goals of the Yale undergraduate curriculum. Examined the question of offering minors at Yale College.

Yale College Dean’s Office Committee on Teaching in the Residential Colleges, New Haven, CT
Member, 2018–present
Oversee seminars sponsored by Yale’s residential colleges on a team of six faculty and two students.

Jonathan Edwards College Seminar Committee, New Haven, CT
Coordinator, 2018–present

Recruit and lead a team of nine students to evaluate proposals for residential college seminars, interview candidate instructors and determine which proposals Jonathan Edwards College will sponsor.

Progressive Policy Institute, Washington, DC
Education Policy Intern, Summer 2018

Conducted research as to how funding allocation in Indiana’s school system affects low-income and minority students; recommended increasing charter school funding to reach parity with neighborhood schools’ funding. Conducted research as to how New York City’s enrollment system for K-12 public schools sustains racial and socioeconomic inequity; proposed a district-wide common enrollment system.

Teaching & curriculum experience

Yale University Department of Mathematics, New Haven, CT
Undergraduate Learning Assistant, 2018–present
Lead hands-on problem-solving workshops to deepen student understanding of mathematical concepts introduced in Math 110 and 111 calculus lectures. Lead 90-minute office hours weekly, typically attended for the full duration by 30-40 students; dynamically group students for collaboration based on real-time assessment of progress and understanding.

Splash at Yale, New Haven, CT
Course Designer & Teacher, 2017–present
Develop and teach courses for New England high school and middle school students, including “Linguistic relativity: How does language shape our thought?” and “I Don’t Give an F: Issues in student motivation, learning evaluation & academic grading.”

Yale University Department of Mathematics, New Haven, CT
Teacher Professional Development Aide, 2017–present
Prepare soon-to-be Yale mathematics teachers by providing feedback and recommendations on their demo lessons.

Yale Children’s Theater, New Haven, CT
Volunteer Co-Teacher, 2017–present
Develop and teach improvisation and theater workshops for New Haven elementary and middle school students.

Yale University Department of Mathematics, New Haven, CT
Coach, Online Experiences for Yale Scholars, Summer 2018
Led hands-on problem-solving workshops to address a gap in incoming Yale students’ quantitative skills.

Code Haven, New Haven, CT
Mentor, 2018
Taught computer science at a New Haven public middle school.

Yale Model Congress, New Haven, CT
Chair, Education and the Workforce Committee, 2017–18
Guided learning of high school students engaged in a simulated congressional committee.

iTech21, Coconut Creek, FL
Presenter, 2014–17
Designed and led fourteen sessions at an education-technology professional development conference for K-12 teachers in South Florida.