About

Flora

I am pursuing a major in Human Biology with a concentration in Child Development and a minor in Education. In 2019, I was Cum Laude and won the Public Service Award at Cate School. At Stanford, I am a project manager for the Design Education team in Stanford Women in Design, where she leads workshops on branding, marketing, and storytelling. She is also the Teaching Coordinator for Flying Treehouse, a children’s theater group that teaches creative writing to 2nd and 3rd graders, then transforms their stories into skits and songs so students can see their stories come to life. In the past few months, she has contributed to grant writing for the nonprofit Bridging Tech Charitable Fund, which was designed to bridge the digital divide by providing tutoring and devices to students at homeless shelters. I am also an Undergraduate Research Assistant with a remote learning lab in the Stanford Graduate School of Education.  Outside of Stanford, I explored my interest in Early Childhood Education at the Children’s Creativity Museum in San Francisco where I created caregiver guides with technology-free tips and activities to do with kids ages 2-5. I love to engage in my own creative practices like drawing, painting, writing, and cooking. In all, I am a passionate educator who aims to foster creative confidence in students of all ages. 

Three words to describe me...

Curious
Creative
Empathetic

I prefer to teach in a

hands-on

or

,

visual

,

, or

gamified

, or

student-led

style.

How I spend my free time

community service
drawing
acting
cooking