When you are young and people say, "Well life happens," you think, sure, to everyone except people named Zach. In many ways, I happened to myself. I have always been in the "gifted and talented" clique. I?m not really sure what my talent was, but I was unquestionably blessed with the gift of gab. I went to an International Baccalaureate High School, then graduated from Texas A&M University in two and a half years with a BS in Sociology and an offer for a full ride to get a PhD in Sociolog... [more]
Government & Politics
Government and politics are such a passion of mine. I taught local, state, and federal government at Texas A&M for three years.
My undergraduate minor was in psychology. For graduate school I chose to study educational psychology with and emphasis on counseling. I am presently completing my PsyD in clinical psychology with a focus on the psychology of hate. For the past 5.5 years I taught honors psychology at a community college.
Top 10% International Baccalaureate School BS in sociology with minors in Psychology ams Women?s Studies MEd. Educational Psychology (counseling focus) PsyD pending clinical psychology Taught for 4 years in Student Athlete Services (TAMU) Taught 5 years High School Taught 5 years community college Ongoing counseling
Top 10% Inter-baccalaureate BS sociology with minors in Psychology and Women?s Studies MEd Educational Psychology (counseling focus) PsYD (pending) clinical psychology Taught AP government 5 years Taught and Coordinated Honors program community college.
I have a BS in Sociology from Texas A&M University. While there I was the President of the Sociology Honor Society. I was a research assistant in a major project involving junior and senior faculty. My areas of interest include class disparity, race, and gender.