John Neville

B.S. Mathematical and Computational Science

Stanford University

M.S. Financial Economics

University of Oxford

"Knowing is not enough, we must apply. Willing is not enough, we must do."

Bruce Lee

John’s 15 years of experience as an academic tutor and mentor began at the age of 16, when he taught math to the younger siblings of his close friends.
John graduated from Stanford University in 2006 with a degree in Mathematical and Computational Science. Next, he spent three stressful years trading stock options on Wall Street during the Great Recession. John then attended the University of Oxford, earning a masters in financial economics from their business school.

In addition to running his own tutoring service for four years in Houston, John has been a performance coach for students with academic anxiety since 2011. He has re-ceived practitioner certifications in yoga, medical chi gong, and neuro-linguistic pro-gramming (NLP). At ESM, John specializes in tutoring math, GMAT, ACT, SAT, writing, and performance coaching.

John loves playing competitive volleyball and practicing public speaking, having served a term as president of his Toastmasters club for a full year.

Ori Barashy

Chapman University

B.S., Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; B.A., Economics

Sasha Fletcher

Amherst College

B.S. Psychology and Anthropology,

Kira Brownell

UC Santa Cruz

B.S. Technology Information Management

Joseph Prouix

University of Waterloo

B.A. Language and Literature

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