I am engaged and enthusiastic, with a broad range of knowledge and interests and a desire to be challenged. I have recently submitted my PhD thesis in Medical Anthropology at University College London and have moved to Brighton to work. I love to share knowledge and make learning fun, and am particularly passionate about writing, having written for and worked on the editorial teams of my university newspapers. With an undergraduate degree in English Literature and a PhD in Anthropology, I am able to tutor in a wide range of humanities and human sciences, but would similarly be able to tutor up to GSCE-level Mathematics and Chemistry, or A-level Psychology. Having conducted multiple independent research projects, I am able to tutor on human research methodology. I am passionate about the outdoors and nature, and worked on a Nature Reserve in Costa Rica for a species protection program (marine turtles). I also enjoy activities such as running, swimming, gardening, and yoga. I recently cycled the 100-mile Prudential London 2018 ride, raising over £2,500 for Whizz-Kidz charity for disabled youths. I also love to cook, and have worked as a sous-chef, both in Mexico City and in London. I have helped with catering and hosting local charity fundraising events since 2011 for my previous employers.
Availability: Daytime and evening, weekdays and weekends, upon arrangement
Willing to travel: 5 miles
I am a TEFL-certified (Florence, Italy) English language teacher trained in lesson-planning and delivery, and taught group classes of between 4 and 20 adults of all levels at Leicester Square School of English (March-August 2008). I have informally tutored Masters students in dissertation planning and writing in Social and Cultural Anthropology (in person), and Philosophy (online)