(Address upon request)
Dec. 2003 to Lone Pine Classical School, Fort Collins, CO
Present Direct Latin 100-AP (a five-year program) for ages 12-18 and introductory classes for younger children.
Create, market, manage, and teach Latin classes: develop, maintain and update curriculum and websites,
assign grades and credits, manage scholarships and awards, administer the National Latin Exam, sponsor our Latin Club and
Colorado Junior Classical League chapter, and constantly search for more resume-building opportunities for students.
Sept. 1992 to Tutor,
Jan. 2005 Math, Latin, science, and study skills.
Worked with students grades 6-12, in subjects ranging from A.P. Calculus and A.P. Biology to general 6th grade study skills.
Worked with homeschooled students as their sole teacher for the subject – developed individualized curriculum and assigned grades.
Aug. 2001 to
Jan. 2003 Full-time Math and Computer Science Teacher
A.P. Calculus AB and BC, A.P. Computer Science AB, algebra, geometry, and introductory programming (BASIC / C++) teacher,
coordinator of math and computer science competitions.
May 1996 to Recreation-Community
Services of Bloomfield Hills Schools,
June 2002 WSI (Water Safety Instructor)
Instruct children, adults, and handicapped swimmers; regular and private lessons.
Aug. 1999 to The Academy of
the Sacred Heart,
Aug. 2001 Full-time Math and Chemistry Teacher
Michigan Math Prize and Michigan Math League competition coordinators, A.P.
April 1999 to
June 1999 Substitute Teacher, 4th-8th grade
June 1998 to
April 1999 WSI (Water Safety Instructor) and UPY Swim Team Coach (12-and-under division)
Developed workout plans, assessed team members’ skills and provided necessary instruction, kept records, represented coaching staff at home/away swim meets.
Aug. 1996 to Parkwood YMCA,
April 1997 to Lamphere Schools,
June 1997 Substitute Teacher, 6th-12th grade math and science
June 1996 to
Developed annual curricula and presented science and nature lessons to nine groups
of campers (boys ages 7-13) during the six-week summer programs.
May 2011 to University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA (Online) and other providers (while waiting for a SC Online MA program to be fully implemented)
Present Graduate study in Latin; GPA 4.0
Aug. 2004 to Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
May 2006 Graduate study in mathematics; 8 credit hours.
Achieved perfect score (800 math, 800 verbal, 6 writing) on the GRE exam (June 2004).
May 2000 to
Jan. 2002 Graduate study in Software Engineering; 16 credit hours.
Sep. 1996 to
May 1998 B.S. in Biological Sciences; Math and Chemistry Minors. Summa Cum Laude.
Dean’s List, Gold Key National Honor Society, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society,
Pi Mu Epsilon National Math Honor Society, Volunteer math tutor, Fencing Club.
Sep. 1994 to
May 1996 Undergraduate in Biological Sciences; GPA 3.81
National Merit Scholarship, MTU Board of Control Scholarship, Math Award (Calculus), Dean’s List, Memorial Union Board secretary, Huskies’ Pep Band.
Sep. 1990 to
June 1994 Graduated Summa Cum Laude, GPA 4.23
National Honors Society,
1994 AP Scholar, Varsity Softball, Marching Band, Symphony Orchestra.
Publications: Active Ecology Labs, June 1998.
Academy of the Sacred Heart Chemistry Laboratory Manual, June 1999, June 2000.
Apr. 2012 to Colorado Junior Classical League, State Co-Chair
Aug. 2012 Cherry Creek Schools Advanced Placement Workshop, Cherry Creek, CO
5-Day A.P. Latin Workshop
Sep. 2006 to Member, American Classical League.
Dec. 2003 to Develop curricula for Latin courses (with future publication in sight), and participate in
Present four Latin teaching email lists: latin-bestpractices, latinteach, Oerberg, and CCSLatinteachers.
Distribute my materials to other teachers for testing and review.
Sep. 1998 to Maintain web pages – information, activities/tests, and resources for my students.
June 2000 The
5-Day A.P. Calculus AB/BC Workshop
Oct. 1998 and DACTM/MDSTA Fall Conference: Marketed Active Ecology Labs.
June 1999 The
5-Day A.P. Calculus AB Workshop