I was born in Jakarta, Indonesia and a first generation college graduate. I spent my grade school years in Indonesia and Taiwan; after graduation, I moved back to Indonesia and worked as a Chinese-Mandarin teacher, but I realized that I wasn’t finished with my education. I headed on to Alabama to go to Jefferson State Community College and then transferred to the University of Montevallo for a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics. It was there that my professors encouraged me to attend graduate school. Before finding my academic home here at University of Hawai‘i–West O‘ahu, I went to The University of Alabama (Roll Tide!) for my Master and Ph.D. in Mathematics.

I’m so excited to be working at University of Hawai‘i–West O‘ahu! I love the small classes, students-professors relationships, and all the wonderful people I have met. I love teaching all levels of mathematics, and I particularly enjoy doing so as a member of such a dedicated and supportive environment.

Ph.D. Mathematics

The University of Alabama, August 2016

M.A. Mathematics

The University of Alabama, December 2012

B.S. Mathematics

University of Montevallo, December 2010

A.S. Early Childhood Education

Jefferson State Community College, May 2008

2012-2016: Graduate Teaching Instructor, Mathematics Department

The University of Alabama

2011-2012: Graduate Teaching Assistant,Mathematics Department

The University of Alabama

- Abstract Algebra
- Discrete Mathematics
- Differential Equation
- Linear Algebra
- Calculus 2
- Calculus and Applications/Business Calculus
- Precalculus Trigonometry
- Precalculus Algebra
- Finite Mathematics
- Intermediate/College Algebra
- Survey of Mathematics

Categorical approach to G.W. Mackey's Groupoid Axioms and the groupoid of the Cuntz Graph ε∞, American Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, 2011 (Joint with A. Cartier and M. Sterner).