I am a Towson University sophomore majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in Legal Studies, with the plan to go onto law school with a focus of corporate law and private practice, and also obtain my MBA as a dual degree. I also plan to delve into several business avenues, including real estate and insurance. I have a strong background of volunteerism, community involvement, and work ethic. I'm involved with quite a few organizations on campus, mainly Pre-Law Society and Autism Speaks. I have experience tutoring people in elementary up to college. I have worked in an elementary for one school year. Voluntarily I have tutored several people throughout my academic years just out of generosity. My freshman year in college, I was employed through my university as an athletic student tutor, where I tutored foreign exchange students in the areas of English and Writing. I assisted students with their every day work and assignments, and monitored their progress several times a week. My approach when tutoring someone is to first discover their personality. Tutoring is more than just teaching someone information. People are more susceptible to learn when they are comfortable with who they are learning from. I like to get to know whoever I am tutoring and make them feel like we can relate. From there, I can also learn which methods are best for them when it comes to absorbing material. People learn in different ways. Rather than beating information into someone’s head I give them the starting inch they need and allow them to work from there, giving help when needed.Fun Facts: I love food, especially seafood. I love to watch and play sports, particularly basketball and track. Those were my high school favorites. I actually competed for the State Title in triple jump my senior year at the LSU stadium. I have been enjoying playing Checkers for years, and currently undefeated too. I'm also a dog lover!