Teaching philosophy: I truly learn the material more by teaching them to others than taking the class myself, so I approach my teaching more from a learning perspective. I approach my relationship with my tutees and students more like with my peers engaging intellectually with materials rather than a top-down approach. I am deeply committed to creating a safe, comfortable, and growth-based learning environment, and I am constantly looking for constructive feedback and updating my teaching pedagogy to achieve that goal.

University of California, Davis, CA, 2021-
  • Econ 001B, Principles of Macroeconomics (Fall 2021)

  • Econ 001A, Principles of Microeconomics (Winter 2022)

Reed College, Portland, OR 2017-21

Roles as a Teacher Assistant (TA), tutor, grader, and Student Teaching Consultant (STC)

Economics Courses
  • Econ 201, Introduction to Economics (Fall 2018)

  • Econ 313, Microeconomic Theory (Fall 2021)

  • Econ 314, Advanced Macroeconomic Theory (Spring 2021) 

  • Econ 340, International Macroeconomics (Fall 2020) 

  • Econ 343, Behavioral Finance (Spring 2020)

  • Econ 344, International Monetary Systems (Spring 2021)

  • Econ 383, International Trade (Fall 2020)

Math/Statistics Courses
  • Math 111, Calculus (Spring 2018-Fall 2021)

  • Math 112, Introduction to Analysis (Fall 2018-Fall 2021)

  • Math 201, Linear Algebra (Spring 2019-Fall 2021)

  • Math 202, Vector Calculus (Fall 2020-Fall 2021)

  • Math 241, Data Science (Spring 2020-Fall 2021)

  • Math 391, Probability Theory (Fall 2021)

  • Math 392, Mathematical Statistics (Spring 2021)