Educational Background: I received my Ph.D. in U.S. History and am currently pursuing an MBA from Heriot-Watt University in Scotland. I hope to use my unique blend of passion and expertise to my students. My focus lies in unraveling the complex narratives that have shaped America. I’m excited to take students on this intriguing journey through time, helping them connect the dots between the past and the present. One of the milestones in my academic career was my internship at the National Security Archive at George Washington University. This invaluable experience deepened my understanding of how historical events influence our world today. I am committed to my ongoing professional development. My aim is to create an engaging and dynamic environment, employing interactive teaching methods that ignite curiosity and facilitate meaningful dialogue.
What I do outside Star Academy: I am an avid reader of 20th-Century American science fiction novels and a keen chess player. Additionally, I am a part of a global research team investigating urban and rural inequalities in developing countries.
My teaching mantra: It’s simple: “quantity always transforms into quality.” I firmly believe that small, incremental steps can lead to significant accomplishments over time. Whether it’s grasping a complex historical concept or building critical thinking skills, I’m committed to guiding my students through this transformative process.