Rebecca graduated with an honors degree in Classics from Georgetown University in 2007. She then attended the University of Oxford on a Lionel Pearson Fellowship, granted by the American Philological Association for outstanding undergraduates in the Classics. She completed her a Ph.D. in Classics at Harvard University in 2015. Since her arrival in Cambridge, Rebecca has tutored students of all ages and abilities in Latin, ancient Greek, and English. She has taught Latin and ancient Greek to Harvard undergraduates as well as to high school students at St. Paul's School in Concord, NH. Since graduating with her Ph.D., Rebecca has taken a position at Harvard as an Instructional Technologist; in this role she consults with Harvard faculty on integrating technology into their teaching. Rebecca is excited to stay connected to the world of higher education, while she continues to tutor and work with individual students to meet their goals.
Rebecca grew up in Wisconsin and loves to travel. When she is not at work or tutoring, she spends her free time sewing, knitting, generally crafting, and teaching others to sew as well!
Test Preparation“Karina was an excellent match in every way. She knew the material cold as she is a biologist and she also knew what would be expected on the AP exam as she teaches the class. Furthermore, she was dedicated to making sure C. learned the material and was encouraging and sweet. I cannot say enough good things about Karina.”