The Small But Mighty Team of Award-winning Tutors
Jennifer loves to teach others how to express their voices through writing. Jennifer is passionate about working with as many students as possible, both in English and in Spanish, and she hopes to inspire others to learn a new language (or two, or three!) one day. Outside of work, Jennifer can be found searching for the most delicious guacamole, the comfiest bookstore, and the best walking paths DFW has to offer for her rescue puppy, Karl, and her fiancé, Anthony. She hopes to inspire students to find new confidence in themselves as readers, writers, and individuals and to unleash their power of creativity to cause change in the world.
If she had a superpower, it would be to speak and understand any language to better communicate with ALL people.
Decha is our editing aficionado! Revision is her favorite writing stage because it's where writers can turn words into masterpieces. Decha encourages her students to become more at ease with the messiness of the writing process. She believes that reassociating students' relationships with learning, reading, and writing through fun-first activities will positively impact their future successes.
Decha enjoys writing memoirs and personal essays because she likes to find meaning in everyday life. Her favorite hobbies are listening to audiobooks, singing with her son, visiting libraries, and baking tasty, plant-based treats.
If she had a superpower, it would be teleporting anywhere in the world; then returning to the comfort of her own bed at night.
Tasha finds something magical happens when she combines the powers of coaching and writing: students make giant leaps forward. With coaching and writing support, students have reported feeling better equipped to wield the power of communication and creativity in their lives.
When Tasha is not coaching students as they write themselves forward, you can find her playing games of make-believe with her daughter, shuffling to skiffle music, or collecting picture books.
If she had a superpower, it would be to learn any language and its cultural nuances in 3 minutes or less. Zzzap!