In 2012, I graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. After graduating from college, I began working as an integrated paraprofessional with freshman students at a local high school. After one year at a high school, I moved on to a quaint elementary school on the New Hampshire seacoast. There, I worked as a one-on-one for two years in lower elementary classrooms. While working as a one-on-one, I began my career as a graduate student at Franklin Pierce University. In May of 2016, I obtained my Master’s Degree in Elementary Education with a dual certification in Elementary Education (K-6) and General Special Education (K-12). I am now working as a third grade teacher in New Hampshire!