When I was young, I was always told that one has to put in time and effort in order to achieve the desired result. I adhered to this approach throughout my educational and professional journey. I am currently enrolled in the Learning Analytics MS Program at Teachers College as a full-time student as it enables me to fuse my passion for statistics, research, mathematics, technology, and education. I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology with a minor in Mathematics from John Jay College of Criminal Justice of CUNY. Furthermore, as an undergraduate student, I was employed as a probability and statistics course support in the Statistics Laboratory at John Jay College. After graduation, I was hired as a professional mathematics and statistics tutor at the Math & Science Resource Center at John Jay College. In both of these departments, I had to explain the material and assignments concisely and tailor my method of explanation and tutoring to the students’ level of comprehension and needs as I dealt with a diverse body of students. Nevertheless, I came to a conclusion that many academic difficulties stem from the lack of a proper educational foundation and the failure of grade schools to incorporate the growing technological innovation into the curriculum. My tutoring and support experience and my coursework research, which is centered on education, motivated me to make improvement of the national education with the use of various data analysis and research methods my mission.