I have used my education as an excuse to travel, having attended the United World College of South East Asia (Singapore) for high school (and studying the IB-diploma programme), then attending Jacobs University Bremen (in Germany) for a Bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Psychology and finishing off (for now!) with an MSc in Criminal Justice Policy from the London School of Economics (the UK). My interest in criminal justice brought me to Stanford Law School where I have been a Research Fellow.
Across the globe, I have had the pleasure of working with some very talented young people and have actively sought out opportunities to engage in one to one tutoring for fun. Through my meandering academic pursuits, I have harbored a continuous interest in English literature and language, finding that there can hardly be a skill more potent than impactful, clear writing. I know for a fact that this is a learned skill that lucid instruction can cultivate, and I strive to do so with the many bright, ambitious young minds in the Bay Area.
Outside of work, I am always resisting the urge to travel to far away lands, walk in the forest, or strike up a charged debate with friends and family.
- Academic English
- AP English Language and Composition
- AP English Literature and Composition
- Palo Alto