I'm a Columbia Law student and experienced teacher, tutor, and editor. At Columbia Law, I sit on the boards of the Student Public Interest Network, the LGBTQ students group, and the animal law group. I spent the summer after my first year working in Kampala, Uganda on human rights issues and helped a team of lawyers to repeal the oppressive Anti-Homosexuality Act. I am currently assisting lawyers in the U.S. with a death penalty case and am a member of the Journal of Gender and Law.
Prior to starting law school, I gained experience working with non-profits and on political campaigns. I earned my bachelor's degree in Public Policy from Stanford in 2011.
I enjoy the opportunity to work with clients as they apply to college and graduate school, by helping with both test prep and admissions essays. I approach my tutoring with an open mind and work with clients to develop a preparation strategy that works for them and support them as they execute it, making changes as necessary. I like to help clients discover strengths they already have and to tackle the challenges they are working to overcome. Students can count on me to be honest, realistic, and encouraging.
Undergraduate Degree: Stanford University - Bachelor in Arts, Public Policy
Graduate Degree: Columbia Law School - Juris Doctor, N/A
Ballroom dance, vegan cooking, skiing, musical theater, LGBT advocacy, and raising guide dogs.
High School English
Study Skills and Organization