Teachers should prepare our nation’s young people to be whatever they want to be.”
“I love the beauty in patterns and multiple ways of reasoning. Math offers a space for students to practice driving the problem solving process, using all their prior knowledge and working with their peers as resources to model solutions to unique problems. This is a skill that is beneficial in any space, not just math!”
Emily taught leadership to teens at YMCA Camp Marston for three summers as a student. She also taught an eight-week college precalculus course at the University of California, Berkeley while in a master’s program.
Emily will begin teaching full time at San Lorenzo High School during the 2018–2019 school year.
Emily enjoys going to the beach, playing frisbee, diving under waves, and reading a good book.
University of California, Berkeley (Master of Arts in Math Education)
- University of California, Berkeley (Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering)