I cannot imagine a world where I do not spend my time sharing my knowledge with future generations, in hopes of inspiring them to fulfill their potential.”
Mathematics and Physics
“I chose these disciplines because of my interest in applying the math that I had learned. Being able to use physics to explain real-life phenomena gave a deeper meaning to the math that I had been taught. I just really love physics.”
During her undergraduate studies, Giselle worked as a teaching assistant for introductory-level physics courses at Benedictine. She also spent time one-on-one tutoring for students in grades 7–12 in both math and physics.
Giselle will begin her second full year of teaching geometry at Reavis High School in Burbank, Illinois, during the 2023–2024 school year.
Giselle enjoys listening to podcasts and traveling, with the aim of seeing as much of nature’s beauty as possible. She is involved in a faith-based organization called Iskali that seeks to equip and inspire future leaders in the Hispanic young adult community.
- Benedictine University (Bachelor of Science in Physics)