I've been helping people get the grades they want on essays, become better writers, master the subjects they find difficult, and even get into college since 2016.
I am excited to work with students on breaking through the barriers keeping them from moving their ideas from their brains to the page. My experiences with previous clients have shown me, without fail, that developing the ability to write elegantly, think critically, and solve problems insightfully is only a matter of having a helping hand to aid them in cultivating the strategies, techniques, and skills to do so.
I am a graduate student at George Washington University studying public health, and I graduated from NYU in 2021 with a degree in biology, and minors in chemistry and Spanish (and am consequently deeply familiar with application processes and essay writing strategies). I became fluent in Spanish during my undergraduate career, and cultivated experience in language education, as well as Spanish and English literature study. I attended high school at Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles, where I excelled in AP Literature, and was the Copy Editor of the Chronicle newspaper.
I am well-versed in and have written about most traditionally-taught high school American and British classic literature, as well as commonly-taught texts from the twentieth century. I have experience teaching middle and high school science, and history as well as AP and university level biology and chemistry.