Summary

Teacher of Statistics, Psychology, Philosophy, and Computer Science

Experienced in explaining difficult research to diverse audiences

Work History

Work History
Jan 2005 - Present

Graduate Assistant

Rutgers University
  • Taught Introductory Cognitive Psychology to freshmen and sophomores
  • Tutored Neuroethics and Computational Neuroscience students
  • Organized and Founded monthly Philosophy Club
Nov 2008 - Apr 2009

Volunteer

Free Arts NYC

Helped under-served children explore their artistic talents and build self-esteem through multiple theme-based art projects.

Aug 2008 - Dec 2008

Adjunct Lecturer

Lehman College

  • Taught Evening Class of 22 Undergraduate Students
  • Designed Statistics Curriculum in accordance with GAISE Report
  • Employed Active and Group Learning Techniques
  • Designed and Administered Aptitude Tests
May 2003 - Dec 2004

Computer Consultant

Gagliardi Consulting

Managed software development team for Learning Worlds.

Negotiated and Developed Custom Software Solutions with Clients.

Jun 1999 - Aug 1999

Programmer

Manpower Inc.

Designed and maintained a MS Access relational database for the Bible Research Study Institute with VBA macros to parse, validate, and import data in Chinese, Greek, and Hebrew

Jun 1996 - Aug 1998

Programmer

Client Server Designs

  • Implemented components in Visual Basic for product-mainly dealt with database access and HTML page creation. 
  • Implemented web-based database access and automated invoice generation via Active Server Pages. 
  • Implemented a telephony system in Visual Basic that read e-mail over the phone.

Education

Education
Jun 2006 - Jun 2006

Santa Fe Institute

Studies include diverse education in complex systems from food webs to social networks

2003 - 2004

New York University

  • MA Scholar Award
  • Coursework included Cognitive Psychology and Concepts & Categories
1993 - 1997

High School

Windward School

  • Math Book Award
  • Electives included Film & Video, Drama, and History of Religions