I received a BA in History with honors from Yale University this past May. In the year before I begin my Ph.D. in history, I am working as a tutor in French, History, Writing, and other Humanities subjects. I have a personal approach to tutoring and am happy to tailor my style to your individual needs.
BA in History with honors from Yale University
12 years of French
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Intern at the US House of Representatives
Speaker at United Nations on Nuclear Non-Proliferation
Director of a feature-length documentary film, which is partially in French.
Yale University, New Haven, CT
Bachelor of Arts (May 2016): honors in history, GPA 3.71. Coursework included: Directed Studies (a competitive great books program), history, French, political science, and economics.
Edward R. Murrow High School, Brooklyn, NY
Advanced Regents Diploma (June 2012): Valedictorian, GPA 97.6, SAT 2210.
“Sunken Roads: Seventy Years After D-Day,” England & France: Director, Cinematographer, Co-Producer (ongoing)
A feature-length documentary film on D-Day veterans returning to Normandy for the 70th Anniversary of the invasion.
Connecticut State Library, New Haven and Hartford, CT: Intern (Jan - Aug 2015)
Assisted in curating the Remembering World War One: Sharing History / Preserving Memories project, which highlighted the library's archive of WWI documents and memorabilia. Helped with archival research and led the social media campaign.
DOC NYC, New York: Intern (Summer 2015)
Led acquisition of archival material for the film “Joe’s Violin,” organized major film events, led fundraising efforts.
Office of Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Washington, DC: Intern (May - Jun 2015)
Drafted statements, led research and graphic design projects, attended briefings, staffed and photographed events.
Terry McAuliffe for Governor Campaign, Headquarters Office, Arlington, VA: Special Projects Fellow (Jun - Aug 2013)
Ran phone banks, gave field pitches to prospective volunteers, and staffed events with Joe Biden and Michelle Obama.
Parliamentarians for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament, Wellington, New Zealand: Intern (August 2011)
Researched contacts, organized events and outreach packages, attended functions at the US and Cuban embassies.
PUBLICATIONS AND HONORS
UK Fulbright Semifinalist (2016)
Dorothea Merrill Dryer Memorial Scholar, Richter Fellow, Howard Tool Roberts Award Recipient, and Saul Bruckner Scholar
Wrote and delivered a speech on nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament to a panel at the United Nations (Sep 19, 2014)
Drafted statements for the Chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (June 2015)
Published in the peer-reviewed West Point Historical Review (Spring 2015 Issue)
Published in the Yale Journal of International Affairs and awarded the journal’s second-place photoessay prize (Spring 2015)
Published in the Yale Herald (February 2015)
Published in the national edition of Newsweek Online (December 2008)
Borough-wide winner of the Ezra Jack Keats Bookmaking Award (2008-2009)
Planning Committee for the renovation of 320 York, Yale's new home for the humanities: Student Committee Member (2016)
Yale Film Society: Co-President (2014 - 2016); Yale Film Alliance: Founding Member and Treasurer (2014 - 2016)
History Undergraduate Advisory Council: Senior Member (2015 - 2016)
Elizabethan Club: Board of Governors Member (2015 - 2016); Entertainment Committee Member (2015 - 2016)
Worthington Hooker School: Mentor for a young girl in a New Haven public school (Jan - May 2015)
New Blue (Yale’s oldest women’s organization) and Whim n’ Rhythm: Archivist, International Tour Manager, Singer (2012 - 2016)
Hospitals and schools in the US and abroad: pro-bono concerts for children, the elderly, and the mentally ill (2012 - 2016)
Yale Dramatic Association: Actor, Props Designer, and Period Hair Designer (2012 - 2016)
Maiti Nepal (an NPO fighting human trafficking): led fundraising efforts and designed promotional material (2009 - 2012)
Kickstarter (manager of a successful campaign), French fluency, archival research, photography and filmmaking, FinalCut Pro X, Aperture, SPSS, PSPP, iWork, Photoshop, Microsoft Office.
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