University of Toronto
Natalie graduated cum laude from Harvard University in 2009
in Anthropology and Linguistics, and is now studying Engineering
Science at the University of Toronto. While at Harvard, she
wrote her senior thesis on Representations of Pottery in
Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs. She also won numerous Harvard
fellowships to conduct research in the Middle East and Europe,
including the Presidentís Discretionary Fund for the Middle
East, the Harvard College Research Program, the Deanís Summer
Research Awards, and the Goelet Fund for Anthropology.
Natalie scored 1510 out of 1600 on the SAT, and on the GRE earned 740 on Verbal (99th percentile) and a perfect 800 on Math. She has over 6 years of private tutoring experience with students from the elementary to the university level as well as adults. She also has one yearís experience teaching English in the French Public School System. Natalie is always keen to pass on her love of learning to students, and works hard to help them meet their academic goals.
Natalie is fluent in English, French and conversational Ukrainian,
and has a reading knowledge of German, Latin, Ancient Greek
and Ancient Egyptian.