I am here to help with your current curriculum. Many times, classes don't give students the one-on-one time to learn and work through homework and test preparation. I am here to help provide guidance and help in ways many teachers cannot. I taught at my universities math learning center as well as tutored other fellow students through math and science courses.
I am a Civil Engineering graduate from Washington State University traveling and working towards my dream of manifesting sustainable construction. After graduation, I worked in Seattle for 3 years as a construction engineer for a prominent general contractor. While I loved some parts of my job, it lacked fulfillment and sustainability so it was time for me to explore the United States and find the right kind of construction for me! In the mean time I love to teach and help others through the rigor of math and physics for all ages.
Construction Engineer - General Contractor - Turner Construction Seattle……………. 2016 to 2019 ( 3 years )
Estimating and Procurement - Bidding, Awarding, Onboarding
Contracts and negotiating scopes of work
Safety Management - Orientations, onboard safety documents, Inspections
RFI’s & Submittals + Entry Level Change Orders
Managed Multiple Subcontractors - Up to 1M in Scope of work at one time
Taught and implemented new procedures to subcontractors and co-workers
New Bluebeam procedure and led learning sessions for subcontractors
Ran staff meetings and worked in both large and small team settings
Stormwater and Hydraulics Intern for WSU………………………………….……………. 2013 to 2016 ( 3 years )
Campus master plan for the purpose of maintenance and planning
GIS utility mapping and revisions to campus As-Built documents
Basic hydrology and stormwater engineering (e.g. watershed analysis / rational method)
Total Station and Trimble GPS
Writing of standard operating procedures
Working with and managing Facilities Operations on problem areas
Analyzing Pipe Data and Flow
Presented work at Spokane Planning Symposium in October, 2014
Impacted campus development and saved the university money
Resident Advisor – Housing and Residence Life WSU……………………………...... 2012 to 2013 ( 1 Year )
Worked on staff of 13 student para-professionals in residence hall of over 300 residents
Independently oversaw floor of 30 residents
Diversity and suicide training
Public speaking and programming
KFC - Customer Service Representative……………………………………………………. 2008 to 2011 ( 3 Years )
Cashier, Server, Drive-Thru, Food Prep, Sanitation manager
B.S. in Civil Engineering - 3.30 GPA - Washington State University, Pullman
Emphasis in Water Resources and Infrastructure - July 2016 Graduation
Notable courses: Computer Applications (Excel, ArcGIS, Revit), Numerical Computing (MATLAB), Construction Graphics (AutoCAD), Open Channel Flow, Hydraulic Engineering Design, Advanced Hydrology, Hydraulics Lab, Sustainable Pavements and Bridges, Reinforced Concrete Design, Surveying, Transportation Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering
Capstone Senior Design Project: Government funded feasibility study looking at biofuels in PNW - Provided a supply chain analysis for conversion of woody biomass into aviation biofuel - Site design for the facility with surveying, grading, foundations, and stormwater - Bi-weekly presentations and webinars to investors.
Math Tutor - Volunteered at Math Learning Center at WSU
Service - Sacred Sons Men’s Work, Clean Green Collective, LightHouse Mission
Music, Cooking, Outdoors and Camping, Family and pets, Community
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