Primary Location:
Cambridge, MA
Summer Location:
Cambridge, MA
Ivy Bound Tutor Since:
University of Maryland

Programs I specialize in:

  • Academic Tutoring: K-12
  • AP/SAT Literature
  • AP/SAT Other Exams
  • PSAT
  • SAT


I am thoroughly excited to be a part of Ivy Bound. I am a patient teacher, and I know that each student understands material in a slightly different way. I am willing and able to tailor each lesson to the student’s needs, and I am determined to help each and every student succeed.



University of Maryland, Class of 2013
College Park, MD

  • GPA: 4.0
  • Major: English Literature
  • Areas of focus: Creative Writing, Psychology

William H. Hall High School, Class of 2009
West Hartford, CT

  • GPA: 4.25
  • Awards and Involvements:
    • National Merit Semi-Finalist
    • National Honor Society
    • French Honor Society
    • Latin Honor Society
    • Gold Medalist on the National Latin Exam
    • Awards received for excellence in U.S. History and Psychology




  • Math: 730
  • Reading: 800
  • Writing: 760

SAT Subject Tests

  • Chemistry: 790
  • Math II: 710


  • Calculus AB: 5
  • Chemistry: 5
  • English Literature: 5
  • Psychology: 5
  • Physics B: 5



Third Grade Teaching Assistant at the Maimonides School in Brookline, MA (current): I work with the students in small groups and one-on-one in an all-Hebrew classroom. The students learn Hebrew reading, writing, speaking, Jewish values, and general Jewish knowledge.

Jewish Studies Educator (Summer 2014): At Camp Ramah in Wisconsin, I taught campers a variety of Judaic subjects, and created lessons involving discussion, skits, art, and journaling. I planned curriculum and articulated educational goals for the campers and professional development sessions twice a week.

Private Tutor (2012-2013): In addition to a summer of SAT instruction with Ivy Bound, I also have experience creating individualized lessons for younger students in the areas of Judaics and Women’s Studies.

Writing Center Tutor (2012): During my senior year at the University of Maryland, I worked one-on-one with college students who needed help with their papers and essays. Students brought assignments from a wide range of classes, and I met with them at any point in the process, whether it was brainstorming, drafting, revising, or giving a final read-through.

Teaching Assistant at William H. Hall High School (2012): In a semester-long observation and experiential program, I sat in on numerous high school English courses, assisted in designing effective lesson plans for the English Department, and worked with students one-on-one to help them develop ideas for writing assignments.




I love any activity relating to reading or writing. I love classic novels, modern fiction, short stories and poetry. I recently started a blog, where I am exploring the mode of non-fiction. I also enjoy cooking and baking, walking and biking outdoors, seeing films and theater productions, acting, yoga, singing a cappella, and spending time with my family.