I have a genuine and unquenchable curiosity in a broad range of topics and look forward to sharing this energy with my students.
I was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee in the United States. I graduated from Stanford University where I studied Economics, was a chair for the Stanford Model United Nations Conference, and participated in debates through the Stanford Political Union alongside world class experts in their respective field.
I am a Young Associate for the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) where I have the chance to work with other young and established associates to discuss and research a range of economic and policy topics.
It has been my dream since I was in elementary school to live in Japan. I am currently pursuing my Master of Public Policy at the University of Tokyo where my research focuses on catalyzing more inclusive investment in small and medium enterprises through innovative finance.
I have designed and implemented curriculums for all ages, counseled students through one on one sessions into US Top 25 Universities, and led classes on leadership, public speaking, and discussion of societal issues. I am able to tailor lessons so they fit the exact needs of each student. I create a positive learning environment for my students so that we can work efficiently to achieve goals. I look forward to meeting you!