Rachel is a passionate educator from Pennsylvania, where she attended Temple University, graduating summa cum laude with a double major in Economics and Spanish.
Rachel has long been a dedicated student of economics and mathematics. Starting in high school, she acquired a strong foundation in business through a combination of internships and business-related courses, including AP Calculus, AP Macro/Micro, and Accounting I, II, and III. Rachel received 5s on her AP exams and was named an AP Scholar with distinction. She also gained hands-on experience working as a teller through a high school internship program and was awarded with the Rotz & Stonesifer Accounting Scholarship.
In her Junior year of high school, she first fell in love with teaching. Through the National Honors Society, she tutored Algebra II. She then went on to tutor courses related to economics, accounting, and general mathematics at Temple University’s Student Success Center and Accounting Tutoring Center. Since graduating college, she’s taught ESL in Costa Rica.
Whether it’s comprehending economics and academic problems or applying concepts to real-world scenarios, Rachel is passionate about helping her students tackle any problems that come their way.