Hello! I have a decade of professional experience as an educator. I've worked for several years as a private tutor and editor with Wyzant, Sentia, UnCommon Apps, and several other companies. I've also worked as a 10th grade English teacher, curriculum developer, writing mentor, social science researcher, camp director, and many other positions. As I hope you see in my student reviews below - I'm very flexible, love teaching, and aim to put the student first. TUTORING & EDITING SERVICES - ... [more]
I have an interdisciplinary Masters in Science degree from Oxford studying Comparative and International Education. My research focused on both sociology and psychology. I have tutored a number of psychology students, including working on the new Sociology and Psychology section of the MCAT.
I have been successful in submitting my own college applications for Rutgers University, for my undergraduate, and both Oxford and Yale, where I was studied for my MSc and PhD, respectively. During my Senior year of undergraduate I worked with the Dean of Distinguished Fellowships and earned a Fulbright Grant in '09 and Humanity in Action Fellowship '10. I worked for one season with a student through UnCommon Apps, which has since closed. My student received early acceptance to their first choice.
My background in anthropology consists of both academic coursework and extensive work and travel experience abroad. I graduated Summa cum Laude from Rutgers with with a BA in Evolutionary and Cultural Anthropology. This includes a summer field study in Northern Kenya studying local nomadic communities and digging in archaeological sites. I have spent several years living outside the US, spending several months to a year in Indonesia, Uganda, India, Bosnia, Germany and England.
I graduated summa cum laude from Rutgers University with a BA in Anthropology and have an MSc from Oxford University in Comparative and International Education, an interdisciplinary degree focusing on issues of sociology and psychology in education. I am also a Fulbright grantee (Indonesia) and a Humanity in Action Fellow (Germany). I have worked with a range of organizations, including as a volunteer researcher with the UN NGO Committee on Freedom of Religion and Belief and an assistant researcher with the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy.
I have tutored social studies in the past with other educational agencies and have a comprehensive background on both domestic and international issues in anthropology, sociology, history, and political science. I graduated summa cum laude with a BA in cultural anthropology from Rutgers and have a MSc in Sociology from Oxford. I have conducted research on a Humanity in Action Fellowship studying human rights and social issues in Germany and a Fulbright fellowship in Indonesia, and have also worked as a research assistant with think tanks in Washington DC and at the UN. I have also lived and worked abroad in the England, Bosnia, Kenya, Uganda, and India.