The Sienna School
Silver Spring, Maryland
“Math is more than memorizing. Many students believe that math is not a useful subject in their daily lives. However, I believe that the skills students learn in a math classroom—such as problem solving, critical thinking and questioning logic—will help them succeed in any subject area and be used in daily life.”
During her undergraduate studies, Erin volunteered at a nearby elementary school. She also served as women’s math mentor. Additionally, while studying abroad in Germany, she assisted elementary school students in their math and English classrooms.
As a graduate student, Erin worked as a calculus teaching assistant. It was in this role that she fell in love with teaching.
Erin enjoys reading and cooking.
- University of Minnesota-Twin Cities (Master of Science in Mathematics)
- University of Wisconsin-Madison (Bachelor of Science in Mathematics)