Hello! My name is Miranda, and I graduated with a degree in Politics and minor in Quantitative and Analytical Political Science. At Princeton, I worked as a statistics tutor, and I’ve taught English as a second language to students of all ages – from elementary schoolers in Senegal to adult learners in Trenton. Since graduating, I’ve been living in Jackson, Mississippi, where I worked in advocacy and litigation support at the Southern Poverty Law Center. I am perpetually learning and teaching, and I love sharing the joy of understanding a new concept with learners while helping them build up their confidence. I’m excited to help students with test preparation and course tutoring, especially in math and history.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: A.B. Politics
Other Degrees/Minors: Quantitative and Analytical Political Science

High School:

Class Rank: Top 3%
Awards & Honors: National Merit Scholar; AP Scholar with Distinction; Awards from the English and Math Departments ("Golden Tiger Awards" recognizing special achievement in these subject areas); American Association of University Women Scholarship; San Luis Obispo Lions Club and Rotary Club Scholarships
Interests & Activities: Iambic Pentameter (Shakespeare) Club (President and Director); International Club (President); California YMCA Youth & Government (National Issues Commission Chair); Big Brothers, Big Sisters Mentor; Harvard Model Congress; Gay Straight Alliance; National Honor Society. Actor in seven student productions and numerous community theater productions (including professional theatre). Trained ballet, jazz, and tap dancer.
SAT Scores: 2360 (800 reading, 800 writing, 760 math)
AP Exams: 5 Spanish Language; 5 US History; 5 Art History; 5 English Language; 5 Calculus AB; 5 Calculus BC; 5 Chemistry
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Math 2, 800 Spanish


Other Awards: 2018 Liman Fellowship (sponsored by Yale Law School’s Arthur Liman Center for Public Interest Law); Graduated with Honors from Politics Department
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I was involved in Students for Prison Education and Reform (co-President and 2018 Conference Organizer), acted in several student productions and served on the Board of the Princeton Shakespeare Company, served as co-President of Princeton Gap Year Network, and served as a Breakout and Community Action service trip leader. Currently, I work in criminal punishment system reform and much of my personal time is devoted to advocacy around these issues.
Location: Other

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