- Columbia University, B.A. in Urban History
- Dean's List
- Winner of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation and Coca-Cola via Phi Theta Kappa National Essay-Based Scholarships
- Standardized Tests: SAT, ACT, TOEFL
- English: ESL/ESOL, Grammar/Writing, AP English Language and Literature, AP English Literature and Culture
- Social Studies: Classics, Geography, Government & Politics, Political Science, Social Studies (K-8), US History, World History
- $49/hour - 12 Sessions
- $59/hour - 4 Sessions
- $79/hour - Single Session
Whether it's for college applications, standardized tests, or class assignments—learning to read and write sets you on a path. Today, I am an English tutor graduating from an Ivy League university. But as a young person, I pivoted a lot. I transferred from private day school to homeschool to community college. Throughout everything, it was reading and writing that propelled me forward. They changed my life. I joined Tutorly to help students change theirs too.
- Writing/Reading Tutor, Private (6 years)
- Researcher, Columbia University (3 years)
- Teacher's Assistant, Roxbury College (2 years)
"Students learn best when they're engaged. I believe that starts with a conversation about your learning needs—so that I can adapt to them. This is my main tutoring style: adaptation.
That said, a couple of my favorite teaching styles are: 1. Socratic Method. When we answer questions, it's a way of building critical thinking skills in order to walk away from sessions with confidence. 2. Rhythmic. Sometimes, grammar doesn't feel intuitive (especially if English isn't your first language). I find there is a natural rhythm to grammar. I help students slowly sound out how to write a line by considering its rhythm in common conversation. "