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An experienced educator with over a decade of teaching and tutoring experience, Marisa works with high school, college, and adult students in academic writing, literary analysis, fiction, creative nonfiction, and admission essays. An award-winning author, her collection of interconnected short stories, Drenched: Stories of Love and Other Deliriums, was recently optioned for film.
Ian began to tutor while a graduate student at Yale, initially focusing on test preparation and then expanding to academic writing and admission essays. His own writing spans scholarly, journalistic, and professional fields. Ian writes about art and culture for several national publications, including The Wall Street Journal, where he was also a Bartley Fellow.
Katie has extensive experience as both a writer and educator. She taught high school English for several years and was a founding faculty member of a charter school. As Features Editor of the internationally distributed Teen Voices magazine, she worked with teen writers and their mentors. An award-winning novelist, Katie is also a communications expert in the nonprofit and educational sectors.
Hannah currently teaches English at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside to traditional and non-traditional students. Her courses comprise literature, composition, and creative writing. Hannah is the poetry editor for CATCH UP, a nationally distributed journal of literature and graphic art. Her first collection of poetry, Your Invitation to a Modest Breakfast, will be published this fall.
Linda is a licensed psychologist and school counselor with over thirty years of experience in college counseling. She worked for sixteen years as chair of the Counseling Department at Newton North High School in Newton, MA, and is a former president of the New England Association for College Admission Counseling. She has taught at Harvard, Brandeis, and Boston University, and for fifteen years she served as a consultant to the College Board.
Robin is an adjunct professor of sitcom writing at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. She has written for several television shows, including Clued In and What About Joan, and periodicals ranging from The New York Times to Glamour.
Her children's books include three Junior Editions of The Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook, the eight-book series The Groovy Girls, and the Young Adult novel God Is In The Pancakes.
Katrina’s travel essays have been published by NPR, National Geographic, The Christian Science Monitor, and CNN-go, among others. Her children’s book, Ma, The Search for Silence, is forthcoming from Little, Brown, and Company in 2013.
She taught writing at the prestigious Kikokushijo Academy in Tokyo, where she was also a TV Journalist and Producer for NHK- World, and for Atraves in Nicaragua.
An Assistant Professor of English and Director of the Writing Center at Franklin Pierce University, Anne teaches courses in creative writing, composition, and literature.
Her poetry collection, Undertow, won the 2007 Lexi Rudinitzky Poetry Prize, and her poems have been widely anthologized and published in literary journals.
Ursula is a writer and historian who is currently a Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow in the History of Science Department at Harvard University. Her first book, on nineteenth-century physicist John Tyndall, was released in March 2011. She has also taught an undergraduate history course at Oxford and worked as a teacher and tutor at the Marymount School of New York for two years.
A veteran teacher with twenty years of experience, Nancy began her career as a college English instructor and then continued to teach high school English. Nancy has taught courses at all levels, from Freshman to AP English. She also teaches writing to gifted middle schools students as an instructor for the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth program.
Vermont College of Fine Arts, MFA in Writing for Children & Young Adults
University of Texas at Austin, BS in Corporate Communication, Minor
in Spanish (Honors), magna cum laude
An experienced teacher of ten years, Vanessa taught at the prestigious Curtis School in Los Angeles and has a Professional Clear Multi-Subject Teaching Credential through Cal State TEACH. She co-directs a Digital Storytelling summer camp and presents workshops for the Young Writers’ Conference. She develops curriculum for educators and learners of all levels independently and as a Teaching Fellow with the Los Angeles Writing Project.
A co-founder of TheWritingFaculty, Anindita has worked extensively with students in middle school through graduate school on academic writing and admission essays. She was a founding faculty member at a charter school in Cambridge, MA, where she taught middle school Humanities in a mixed-grade, inclusive classroom. She also taught undergraduate creative writing at Boston University.
Currently a member of the English faculty at Lawrence Academy, Danielle also works with the Academy's College Office, assisting students with the college-essay writing process. She has also taught at Andover's summer school, where she instructed students in the rigorous MS² program and edited the program's alumni magazine. Before becoming a teacher, Danielle worked as a writer and journalist for The Boston Phoenix.
As a teacher, tutor, and workshop leader, Marisa's students have ranged from struggling writers to M.F.A. candidates. She has taught at universities including Stanford and U.C. Berkeley in composition, nonfiction, poetry, and fiction. Her memoir Loyal to the Sky (2007) won the Nautilus Gold Award for World-Changing Books. In 2010, she received a Fulbright fellowship in Creative Writing.
A private tutor and teacher, Cara combines concrete feedback with encouragement to help students become concise, clear, and effective writers. With a background in journalism and experience in communications, she tutors students in journalism and professional writing in addition to academic writing and admission essays.