Emily graduated summa cum laude from Princeton and went on to earn an MA in History at the University of Notre Dame, where she also taught university-level classes for several years. Her students have said she’s particularly great at teaching them how to write! She now works as a project manager in the publishing industry, and also serves as a freelance editor for several major academic presses and for professors at institutions such as Harvard, Princeton, and Yale. Emily also has over five years of experience as a college admissions counselor and PSAT/SAT and ACT prep tutor, and she loves working with students to help them reach their goals. On the weekends, Emily enjoys snowboarding, training for her next marathon, and playing in a local orchestra.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: A.B. Classics (summa cum laude)
Other Degrees/Minors: University of Notre Dame, Masters in Medieval Studies

High School:

Class Rank: Top 1%
Awards & Honors: National Merit Scholar, Illinois State Honors Band (first chair).
Interests & Activities: Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra (co-principal oboe), Chicago Youth Principal Players (music outreach in inner-city schools), Wind Ensemble (principal oboe), Marching Band (section leader), Blue Lake international touring youth orchestra (principal oboe), et al.
SAT Scores: 800 writing, 770 math, 760 reading
ACT Scores: 35
AP Exams: 5 Chemistry, 5 English Literature, 5 English Language, 5 Statistics, 4 Calculus BC, 4 Physics C
SAT Subject Tests: 770 Literature, 760 Math Level 2


Other Awards: Princeton: John J. Keaney Prize, Strayer Prize, Stanley J. Seeger Prize, Charles A. Steele Prize, Stanley J. Seeger Summer Fellowship; Notre Dame: Notebaert Premier Fellowship (highest graduate fellowship offered across all disciplines), Mellon Fellowship in Religion
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I was involved in Princeton University Orchestra (co-principal oboe), Princeton University Chamber Ensemble (principal oboe), Alta Musica, and performed weekly on the Princeton Carillon. I also organized a children's concert on the Princeton Carillon, as well as a chamber music concert off-campus and several other community outreach music events. I spent my summers doing archaeological field research in the Mediterranean.

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