Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University
As the founder of a genetic research consultancy company, Audrey has dealt with data for the majority of her professional life. In realising that data science was the way forward in her field of genetic research, Audrey took upon programming and excelled at it. As a result, her understanding of Python not only extends towards the curriculum taught at Preface Coding, but particularly towards real life application.
An invaluable asset in Audrey's teaching skill set is her wealth of experience. Having accumulated two postdoctoral fellowships from McGill and Harvard University, she is able to accompany her programming teaching along with general life mentorship. Her illustrious research career has also meant that she has taught and advised a countless number of peers, including both youth and adults. As such, her experience with people coupled with her observant nature lets her to understand her students much more than a regular teacher would, allowing her to work on their weaknesses and build on their strengths.
Audrey has a calm, patient but thorough teaching style. She is able to adapt to different students' abilities and is particularly capable of handling students who would like to learn more about the computational logic side of programming.