I grew up in The Bronx during the 1980s. While we were poor and bad things were happening all around me, the message was: the fastest way to get out of that place was through education.
I have been working in classrooms since 2000, spending five years as a special education paraprofessional. I went back to college in 2008 and earned my BS in Education, graduating Magna Cum Laude from the University of Pheonix in 2012. Since then, I have been back in schools helping students, which is what I love to do. I have had great experiences in Manchester, Hillsborough, Nashua, and with the NH Job Corps.
I came to Kreiva because I want to be a part of building a school and community where students want to come to learn every day. I want students to know that hard work has more value today than ever before. I want them to know that education is important to their future. I want them to know that no matter what, I will always be there for them and they never have to face any challenge alone.