I am a current J.D. candidate at Georgetown Law and a graduate of the University of Washington with a BA in International Studies with a focus on international human rights. Prior to earning my BA I served a term in AmeriCorps NCCC before working for several years in the gaming industry. I have had a variety of experiences tutoring others, from volunteering to tutor English and test prep skills as a teenager to more extensive coaching and mentoring in my jobs. I assisted in tutoring and training other corps members in specific skills while in AmeriCorps, and in my various roles in the games industry I put together and led a variety of training sessions for new hires, as well as provided coaching and mentoring for colleagues. I understand the stress and fear that students can feel going into standardized testing, especially a large exam like the LSAT, and am passionate about helping others feel prepared going into their tests so that they can perform their very best. I work to empower my students to not only develop their skillsets in the areas that they will be tested on, but also to help them feel capable and confident in their abilities. Personally I genuinely enjoyed taking the logic games portion of the LSAT, and I hope to help my students find bits and pieces of the exam that they can have fun with to make it feel more achievable. Outside of school and tutoring I enjoy hiking, working out, watching K- and C-dramas, visiting museums, and finding new restaurants to try!
Undergraduate Degree: University of Washington-Seattle Campus - Bachelor of Science, Global Studies
Graduate Degree: Georgetown University - Juris Doctor, Legal Studies
I love hiking, weight lifting, martial arts, watching K- and C-dramas, visiting museums, and finding new restaurants and foods to try with friends.
High School English
High School Government
High School World History
High School Writing
Study Skills and Organization