Hi! I graduated with honors in physics from Harvard University and graduated with a PhD in Atomic and Laser Physics from the University of Oxford. I also pursued (and continues to pursue) a professional ballet career formerly with the Zurich Ballet, Boston Ballet, English National Ballet, and Norwegian National Ballet. I was recently awarded Forbes 30 under 30, and was one of the 12 selected candidates to undergo rigorous astronaut selection on BBC Two "Astronauts: Do you have what it takes?"
I believe that the arts and sciences should not be mutually exclusive, and have been invited to be the featured speaker at the Forbes Women's Summit in NY, panelist for the U.S. Embassy 'Women in STEM' Panel in London, and featured in the bestseller "Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls". I recently had a residency at Harvard ArtLab choreographing a ballet duet between a human dancer and industrial robotic arm.
I know a lot about the US college process and have become an expert at standardized testing
Made learning physics incredibly fun. She has lots of enthusiasm, contagious amount of energy and positivity, very encouraging and knew her stuff.
1. I come to understand the students' passions and dreams because hard work is easy when there is a goal.
2. I understand how they learn. I find that everyone has a unique way of learning material, so by understanding what works best for them, I am abale to get the best results.
3. Then working through the material after steps 1 and 2 is easy.
Graduated with honors in physics from Harvard University and graduated with a PhD in Atomic and Laser Physics (focused on Quantum Optics) from the University of Oxford.