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Minnie Jordan
Minnie Jordan earned her B.M. in Violin Performance from Berklee College of Music, and is currently finishing her M.M. in Contemporary Jazz Performance on full scholarship at the Berklee Global Jazz Institute. She aims to bring listening, laughter, enthusiasm, and down-to-earth examples to every subject. In addition to tutoring, Minnie is a professional violinist and composer, and also restores vintage clothing. In her free time she enjoys riding and training horses, riding and fixing bicycles, reading everything she can get her hands on, sewing, drawing, and all things outdoors. College, degree obtained: Berklee College of Music, B.M., Violin Performance Berklee Global Jazz Institute, M.M., Contemporary Jazz Performance
Natalie Harrington
Natalie Harrington received her BA in Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences from Wellesley College. She loves to keep busy: she currently works as a Manager at Johnson String Instrument in addition to her part-time role as a one-on-one tutor at Summit. In her spare time Natalie enjoys writing, riding her motorcycle, and traveling to car shows around the country.
Paige Guarino
Paige Guarino graduated summa cum laude from Middlebury College with a B.A. in Psychology. She approaches tutoring with an enthusiastic, personable, and affirming style, and is especially strong in her work with students who struggle with anxiety, lack of confidence, or perfectionism. In addition to tutoring, she is currently pursuing her PhD in Counseling Psychology at Fordham University, where she studies marginalized experiences and mental health in the workplace. In her free time, she enjoys singing in choirs, acting in musical theater, playing video games, and going to the beach in the wintertime. College, degree obtained: Middlebury College, BA, Psychology
Paul Broderick
Paul received a Ph.D. in philosophy from Boston University in 2001. He spent the next six years teaching at Kent State University. Since returning to Massachusetts in 2008, he has taught at several area colleges. He has tutored students in a wide variety of topics including test preparation, calculus, geometry, and physics. When he's not tutoring, Paul enjoys rock climbing, reading, and the continued pursuit of truth. Degrees obtained, BA, Stonehill College, Ph.D. Boston University.
Sharon Woo
Sharon has a B.S. in biochemistry and a minor in philosophy from UCLA. She then moved to Cleveland, OH for graduate school at Case Western Reserve University where she earned a M.S and M.B.A. Sharon's interest in teaching began when she joined a non-profit organization at UCLA called Project Literacy, aimed at providing education and mentorship to students and adults in communities within Los Angeles with historically high rates of illiteracy. Sharon has experience one-on-one tutoring in various math and science subjects, ACT, and ISEE standardized exam prep. She prioritizes understanding the student's learning style to optimize the tutoring experience and ensure that the student achieves his or her goals. Outside of tutoring, Sharon likes to knit, go on hikes, and explore the city with her husband. College, degrees obtained: UCLA, BS, Biochemistry (minor in philosophy), Case Western Reserve University, MS and MBA.
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