From an early age, I've been captivated by the beauty and logic of mathematics. My fascination with numbers and puzzles led me to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics at Sharif University of Technology, Iran's top university for science and engineering. During my undergraduate studies, I discovered a passion for sharing knowledge and found fulfillment in teaching math to high school students.
After graduating, I immigrated to Montreal, Canada, and embarked on a Master's degree in Applied Mathematics at Université de Montréal. My thesis focused on developing numerical methods to forecast forest fires, a project that ignited my desire to apply mathematical concepts to real-world problems.
Following my Master's, I relocated to the Bay Area to join my husband. While working as a data analyst in the tech industry, I continued to nurture my passion for teaching by tutoring high school students. However, after a few years, my passion for teaching took me back to the classroom, and I embraced the opportunity to return to my roots as a math teacher.
I've had the privilege of teaching in several schools, where I've enjoyed fostering a love for mathematics among students of diverse backgrounds and learning styles. I believe mathematics is not merely a collection of formulas and equations; it's a powerful language that allows us to understand the world around us.
I live with my husband and our two kids. I love spending time with my family, cooking Persian food, and reading books. I am passionate about mathematics and teaching. I am committed to providing my students with the mathematical skills and problem-solving strategies they need to succeed in their studies and in life.