With interdisciplinary interests, Stephanie graduated with a double major in English and environmental science from Barnard College of Columbia University. As an undergraduate, Stephanie was awarded a research grant by the National Science Foundation to work alongside Columbia's top scientists to investigate the relationship between invasive beetle species and climate change in the Northwestern U.S. Though fascinated by beetles, Stephanie also found an intellectual niche in the works of twentieth century literary theorists and existentialist writers, and wrote her two English theses on authors including Albert Camus and Michel Foucault. Since delving into French existentialism and examining the malignancies of the mountain pine beetle, Stephanie has worked as a middle school special education teacher in Harlem and Washington Heights. She is passionate about her students' success and strives to individualize every aspect of her instruction to meet their emotional and academic needs. Stephanie will begin her PhD in English at the University of California Santa Barbara this fall and is thrilled to use her experience as an educator and student to help her clients meet their academic and personal goals.

Stephanie is a Seinfeld enthusiast and dressed up as George Costanza for her middle school Halloween dance.


  • Learning Differences

    • Test Anxiety,
    • Dysgraphia,
    • ADD/ADHD,
    • Processing Deficits
  • Science

    • Earth Science,
    • Environmental Science
  • English

    • English Language,
    • English Literature,
    • Literature,
    • Reading,
    • Writing
  • AP Exams

    • English Language,
    • English Literature,
    • Psychology
  • Graduate Exams

    • GRE Prep
  • SAT Subject Tests

    • Literature
  • Entrance Exams

    • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
    • SAT Writing
  • College Prep

    • SAT Writing
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