I am here to help you become a better reader and writer. I graduated from Bennington College in 2014, having studied literature from the Greeks through contemporary writers. I especially enjoyed writing essays about literature and always got exceptionally good feedback. Throughout my life, I have nurtured a passion for reading and writing, both of which I see as essential and widely transferable skills. Whether you are struggling to understand a difficult text, or want help organizing an essay or term paper and writing with clarity, I am confident that my breadth of knowledge, my writing skills, and my enthusiasm will be of service to you.
I have a lot of experience working with adolescents. I taught at the Deerfield Academy Summer Arts Camp for four years. There, I planned and led activities for campers from 11 to 17 years old and helped them develop their own projects. In the spring of 2017, I volunteered with The 52nd Street Project, an arts mentorship program in Hell's Kitchen, where I worked with a similar age group, assisting them with homework and a series of rotating arts projects on a daily basis. During my college years, I worked with Chicago's Josephinum Academy, an all-girls Catholic School, to help them stage their production of Henry V. Through these experiences, I have had the chance to work with a variety of different teenagers with contrasting interests and personalities and have developed a deep empathy for adolescents and the stresses of their lives.
In my own time, I dedicate myself to my personal work in theater and writing. I love film, music, reading, going on runs, and eating good food. If you are looking for help with your reading and writing, I am confident that I can help you and I am eager to do so.
Undergraduate Degree: Bennington College - Bachelor in Arts, Theater Arts
books, film, theater, music, runs in the park, good food