Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, University of Georgia
Bachelor of Science in Microbiology, University of Georgia
Masters of Arts in Teaching, University of the Cumberlands
Spanish teacher at Belmont Academy in Lake City, FL, 2017-present
Anatomy teacher at Belmont Academy in Lake City, FL, 2017-2019
Biology teacher at Belmont Academy in Lake City, FL, 2017-2018
Biology and Integrated Science teacher at North Bullitt High School in Shepherdsville, KY, 2014-2017
I grew up in Atlanta, and went to the University of Georgia where I received Bachelors degrees in both Microbiology and Spanish. At UGA, I was fortunate enough to study abroad in Argentina, where I furthered my love of Spanish. I was also in the Redcoat Marching Band Flagline, and was a color guard instructor for 6 years. Before teaching, I actually studied dentistry. After a year of working on teeth, I decided to move in a different direction and become a teacher. I obtained my Masters of Arts in Teaching from the University of the Cumberlands in 2014. I have a two year old daughter named Sophia, and a chihuahua/schnauzer mix named Georgia. In my spare time, I love doing crafts and watching movies. I also try to travel as much as possible (I have been to four continents, fifteen countries, and six Spanish-speaking countries). I love being part of the Belmont Academy family!