Jacqueline

Personal Statement

Jacqueline is an adjunct college English professor who has experience teaching writing and reading comprehension. Complementing these areas of expertise is her ability to provide diverse teaching methods to different learning styles. Her mission is to prepare students to succeed in the 21st century. As Pulitzer Prize winning author Thomas Friedman states, “The world is flat. To that end, there is nothing more vital than encouraging young adults to improve their academic aspirations.” She believes that educating our youth will enhance communication skills, encourage critical thinking, and challenge stereotypes – all positives for successfully interacting and communicating in high school, college, and in a global economy. Jacqueline holds a master’s degree in learning disabilities and remedial reading from New York University and a bachelor’s degree in English from Douglass College, Rutgers University. Before teaching, she worked in sales and marketing for information and financial services companies. She is passionate about words and expressing oneself through writing and wants to share this with her students.

In Person and Online Tutoring

Experienced Teacher and Mentor

Masters Degree

  • Master’s Degree in Learning Disabilities and Remedial Reading from New York University
  • Bachelor’s Degree in English from Douglass College, Rutgers University
  • ACT English/ Reading/ Writing
  • College Essay Writing
  • English
  • ISEE Reading and Writing
  • Reading
  • SAT English/ Reading/ Writing
  • SSAT English & Reading
  • Subject Test Prep
  • Writing