About the Authors

Greg Wong and Kevin Wong are brothers and Princeton University graduates. They have over 20 years of experience in the educational services industry as tutors, mentors, and coaches. After several years as private tutors, they founded Princeton Tutoring in 2005 to continue their passion for education on a larger scale and to help more students achieve their potential. Please click here for more information about Greg and Kevin.

Richard is an attorney and former Director of Princeton Tutoring. He is a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Michigan Law School.

Dave graduated from Princeton with a major in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology. He enjoys writing and has recently seen two scientific papers accepted by well-respected, peer-reviewed journals. As a high school senior, he was accepted to some of the nation’s top universities. When Dave isn’t running around the rainforest or coral reef looking for animals, he is often blogging about his junior year abroad at http://dkurz.blogspot.com/

KC graduated from Princeton with a major in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public Policy. She was a high jumper for the varsity track & field team. She has interned at the U.S. Department of State and studied abroad in India during her time at Princeton, and recently completed a 118-page senior thesis on wind and solar power in India. KC was a campus Peer Advisor and led camping trips for freshmen alongside her tutoring work with Princeton Tutoring.

Nina majored in Anthropology (with a minor in Gender Studies) at Princeton University. At Princeton, she tutored with Princeton Tutoring, sang with Tigressions a cappella, blogged for Equal Writes, and was the “culturally cap” chairwoman of the Cap & Gown Club. She is also an avid creative writer. Her first poetry collection, “Every Single One”, was released by flipped eye publishing in Summer 2011. Her other interests include photography, cooking, and 20th century American fiction.

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