Robin Glover

B.A. Philosophy

Princeton University

Robin was born in South Texas, where she grew up riding horses and reading voraciously—a habit that undoubtedly prepared her for a degree in Philosophy at Princeton University.

Robin developed a love for the art of teaching when she rode young horses professionally for three years, preparing her young charges for their future careers. It was there she learned that celebrating small successes along the way, having reasonable but high expectations, and instilling confidence are the foundation of a positive learning environment.

Since graduating from Princeton in 2013, Robin has tutored just about every high school subject: among them are math, English, chemistry, biology, history, government, and statistics. She frequently coaches students for the SAT and ACT and guides students through the college application process.

Robin is a proud jack-of-all trades with an entrepreneurial spirit. On any given day she may tutor, build a website for a client, or report for CP&DR, a publication that covers California’s land use, transportation, and housing.

When she isn’t working, Robin enjoys hunting down the best taco trucks in the city, surfing (badly), running, playing PS4, or curling up on the couch with a cat and a good book.

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