Lia graduated from the Sciences Po Paris & University of British Columbia Dual Degree program (B.A.), majoring in Politics & Government and International Relations. She is currently a student in McGill’s Faculty of Law’s B.C.L./J.D. program.
Throughout her multidisciplinary experience, Lia has gained extensive knowledge in History, Political Science, Philosophy, and English Language. She also previously worked as an Academic Consultant in Vancouver with experience in interview coaching and supporting personal statement writing and experiential skills. Coupled with Lia’s expansive extracurricular involvement in her student experience, she is equipped to provide insight on creating holistic student resumes for competitive school applications.
Further, Lia has tutored students ranging from Pre-K to University levels and is able to quickly build a strong rapport with her students!
Jack K. has a background in Human Rights and secondary education. He has taught a variety of humanities topics for the past six years in New York and Connecticut. Jack began his teaching career in Harlem, New York, and now lives in New Haven, CT. During that time, he has developed curricula for AP World History, AP U.S. History, 9th grade English Language Arts, and 9th grade U.S. History. He is also a mentor for several college-bound high school students that are looking to perfect their college applications.