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Dec 07 2021 - 10:46 AM
Meet the Staff - Kate


Are you a Teachers College student, and, if so, what are you studying?

Yes! I’m an Ed.M. student in the Mathematics Education program.


Where’s your hometown?

Yokohama, Japan


What did you want to be when you grew up?

In fourth grade, I realized that I was passionate about education and wanted to be a teacher.


What was your first job?

In high school, I got my first job as a teaching assistant at a small after-school program that taught English to Japanese elementary students.


What has been your best job?

Working as an undergraduate Resident Assistant at NYU was one of the most transformative experiences for me. I looked after first-year residents and gained skills that helped me grow as an emerging teacher.


Your favorite meal:

Goya Chanpuru, a quintessential Okinawan dish 


Are you a morning or night person?:

I’m slightly more of a morning person. Waking up is still a struggle but I love seeing the early morning sky.


A delicious dessert:

Anything that has matcha in it! Some of my favorites are matcha chocolate, ice cream, baumkuchen, and roll cake.


Song you love no matter how many times you hear it:

You’ll Be In My Heart by Phil Collins


A country you’d like to visit:

The Philippines!


A book you strongly recommend?

The Crest of the Peacock: Non-European Roots of Mathematics by George Gheverghese Joseph


A sport you enjoy playing (or watching)?

Love swimming and watching the sport


TOP THREE….Best places to read?

Anywhere with natural light, on a comfy couch, or on a long train ride


The strangest thing I’ve ever done is…

I’ve been told that I sleep talk.


The most fascinating person I’ve ever met is…

My obaachan (grandma); I love listening to her stories.

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