My mission is to help students graduate from college.
I believe that a college education is one way to increase your earning potential. Graduating with your bachelor’s degree opens new job opportunities.
Nevertheless, no one is talking about all the challenges students face along the way.
For me, as a first generation student who went across the country for college, I felt so alone.
I felt that I didn’t belong.
I believed that everyone was doing better academically.
I thought I was the only one that spent days writing that 10 page paper.
I was afraid to ask help from my professors.
I felt homesick.
I felt that no one understood what I was going through.
I wished that I had someone to help me succeed academically.
My experience is not unique.
All college students face academic and social challenges.
I’ve dedicated the last decade helping college students succeed academically. I have experience in admissions, college counseling, financial aid, and academic coaching.
I have seen overtime that the most effective approach comes from a one on one academic coach. My work is focused on strengthening executive functioning skills through an individualized program.
I have my Bachelor’s in Sociology from Franklin and Marshall College. I have a Master’s in Educational Psychology from Pepperdine University. Additionally, I am a Certified Life Coach from the Life Coach School. I’ve used all the tools I’ve learned to create a program that helps students rewire patterns in behavior so that they can maximize their productivity.
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