Specialties: SAT/ACT: Reading, Writing; Math, Science; Academic: Math.
Celina grew up in Kirkland, Washington and attended Syracuse University in New York where she received a Bachelor's of Science in Public Policy and in Earth Science. From 2015 to early 2017, she took her commitment for high school students and worked for Teach for America in Clarksdale, Mississippi. There, she taught Algebra, Geometry, Biology, and Human Anatomy. When Celina is not coaching at PrepNorthwest, she enjoys training for half-marathons, watching reruns of Psych, and drinking coffee.
Specialties: SAT/ACT: Reading, Writing, Math, Science; Academic: Math.
Daniel grew up in Sammamish and graduated from Eastlake high school. He went on to study at the University of Washington, graduating with a Bachelor's of Arts in Economics. Daniel discovered his passion for teaching towards the end of his time at UW and is currently enrolled as a student at Seattle Pacific University in their M.A. in Teaching program. Daniel loves running, playing soccer, watching bad, low budget movies, and is an avid reader.
Specialties: SAT/ACT: Reading, Writing, Math, Science.
Daniel was born in Eugene, Oregon and grew up in Sammamish, Washington. He graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology. After graduation, Daniel worked as a forum moderator and eventually a game release tester with an indie game company, Artix Entertainment. He then utilized his love of writing guides and his passion for helping people and created his own website to publish reviews and discuss video games and technology with the public. Outside of work and volunteering, Daniel loves to play games, read fantasy novels, go disc golfing, and hike the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Specialties: SAT/ACT: Reading, Writing, Math, Science
Kate grew up in Dallas, Texas. She graduated from a nationally ranked engineering magnet school and now studies at the University of Washington where she is majoring in Comprehensive Physics and Latin and is minoring in Mathematics. Kate has been tutoring her peers since she was in middle school and enjoys nothing more than sharing her passion for learning with others. She is currently the treasurer of the UW chapter of the Institute for Nuclear Materials Management in which she has excelled in welcoming and teaching incoming members as well as organizing large scale timelines and events. In her free time, Kate enjoys video games, running, and eating enchiladas.