I try to make economics relatable to my students. The concepts studied can sometimes be a bit abstract and using tangible examples can really help to understand. Reading a textbook might help some, but talking through concepts and ideas and writing out problem sets help much more.
I currently work as a project manager in finance and operations after graduating in June 2019 with a BA in Economics from the University of Washington. While at the UW, I tutored student-athletes in economics and mathematics and volunteered with the Economics Undergraduate Board to promote academic and career growth within the Economics Department.
Aug 2020--present: Project Manager, Fin Ops; Rivertech Solutions, Seattle, WA
Aug 2019--Aug2020: Advisory Associate; Grant Thornton, Seattle, WA
Jan 2017--June 2019: Tutor; University of Washington, Seattle, WA
June 2018--Aug 2018: Internal Audit Intern; Expedia Group, Bellevue, WA
March 2017--Sept 2017: Market Research Intern; Migo, Inc, Seattle, WA
University of Washington
BA in Economics 2019
Minors in Political Science and Entrepreneurship
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