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I love volunteering, listening to music, and playing Pickleball with my family!
Biomedical Sciences, minor in Spanish
I have two dogs, I'm first gen Irish, and I love to work out and play music.
I love writing, spending time with my family and working with different organizations such as Children Beyond Our Borders.
I volunteer at an animal sanctuary for my love for animals, and I love all things pumpkin.
I love to travel and my favorite food is pasta.
Public Relations Director
I love to bake, my favorite color is green, and I have an adorable cat named Forest.
I was born in Vietnam and moved to the U.S. when I was 8 years old, I've lived in Florida ever since.
tutor with us!
Engelwood Elementary Tutoring:
UCF CBOB is volunteering virtually to help tutor elementary schoolers at Engelwood Elementary School- a Title 1 School. The kids that we help face hardships such as homelessness, abuse, neglect, poverty, etc. You will be paired with one student for the duration of the semester based on your strengths and the days you are available. Tutoring occurs all weekdays during the starting times of either 4pm or 7pm, depending on your availability and the parents'/student's availability. You will receive volunteer hours for your kindness in dedicating time to these students.
Evans HS Tutoring:
UCF CBOB is volunteering virtually to help tutor high schoolers at Evans HS- a Title 1 School. The kids that we help face hardships such as homelessness, abuse, neglect, poverty, etc. Tutoring occurs Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2:30pm-4:45pm. You do not need to volunteer both days, just the day(s) that you sign up for! You will receive volunteer hours for your kindness in dedicating time to these students.
Thomas Bryer, Ph.D., MPA, BA
Associate Professor, Center for Public and Nonprofit Management Director
Public Administration, Doctoral Program in Public Affairs, Center for Public and Nonprofit Management
Dr. Bryer is highly published and conducts extensive research in the areas of public participation and collaboration across segments of society, including government, nonprofit, private, faith-based, and voluntary sectors.
Read his new book:
Higher Education beyond Job Creation: Universities, Citizenship, and Community