Personal Statement

Greg is a lifelong learner, an educator, a university guidance counselor and a faculty member in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences department at Philadelphia University in Philadelphia, PA. Having worked with students during pre-college admissions and college students for many years, he has experience teaching algebra, geometry, sociology, psychology, biology, cultural diversity, writing, and reading comprehension. Greg believes students learn best when they discover new knowledge and awareness through the critical thinking process by constant questioning “the unknown” during active participation and reflective learning. As a teacher, guidance counselor and tutor, Greg enjoys challenging his students during the problem-solving process by allowing his students to reflect on their practical experiences coupled with the learning concepts at-hand. Greg holds a master’s degree in Organizational Development from the University of Pennsylvania and he has completed his doctoral course work at Fielding University in Santa Barbara where he is pursuing his PhD in Human Development. In his free time, Greg enjoys rowing, bicycling and traveling to experience different cultures.

In Person and Online Tutoring

Experienced Teacher and Mentor

Masters Degree

  • Algebra
  • Biology
  • Elementary Math
  • Elementary Tutoring
  • English
  • Psychology
  • Reading
  • Study Skills
  • Subject Test Prep
  • Writing
  • Malcolm Baldrige Quality Award – Teacher of the Year
  • B.A.
  • B.S.
  • PhD (ABD)