I majored in economics and business in college and went on to Harvard Business School where I concentrated in finance before spending 20+ years as an investment banker. Now retired, I have previously successfully tutored students at SMU--undergrad and MBA --as well as at TCU, TWU, U of Texas--Dallas, and the various community colleges around Dallas in econ, finance, and accounting. I like to make tutoring fun, but I get the job done. I believe in thorough preparation and often borrow your book or have you email me problems you are working on so that I am fully prepared and we can maximize our time together. Occasionally also work with high school students in AP courses and with executives and students in public speaking. Also with securities professionals seeking licenses in Series 4, 6, 7, and 63.
I have been tutoring for about a year now and have probably worked with 50 students over that time.
All of my students have done well in their courses and/or received their securities licenses/ and/or made successful presentations. I enjoy my bond with them and think they return the favor.
BA Rhodes College, Phi Beta Kappa, MBA Harvard Business School, first woman partner in investment banking in my Wall Street firm
Nancy does an outstanding job explaining material to me. She possesses he innate ability to translate concepts into real-world problems and examples, while also being able to explain things in different ways. She always keeps her appointments and her schedule was more flexible than other tutors I looked at. Her pricing was great for the high-quality of her lessons. She made finance and economics so much easier for me than my professor. Excellent choice.
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