Noelle Barahona

Noelle Barahona is a mathematician and alpine skier who, at age 15, became the youngest skier to ever make it to the Olympics! Four Olympics later, Noelle retired from the slopes and spent more time teaching and studying. While studying Math and Statistics at Pontificia Universidad Católica, she also spent three years as a substitute teacher for all subjects at International School Nido de Águilas (grades K-12). She has tutored dozens of high school students at any math level — from grade school math to IB Mathematics and standardized test preparation. Currently, she studies Business at Universidad Andrés Bello.