Emily began her teaching career as an undergraduate at Cornell University, where she was a teaching assistant for a freshman lasers and optics lab course and a math tutor for high school and undergraduate students. She graduated from Cornell in 1996 with an engineering physics degree, which has been collecting dust ever since. After graduation, she left cold and picturesque upstate New York for cold and planar central Ohio. There she worked as a design engineer for Honda R&D, designing vehicle lights and other electrical components. After several years, the promise of decent weather lured her out to Southern California. While continuing her product development career at Black & Decker, she earned an MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School.
Emily joined ManhattanGMAT in the spring of 2005, and consistently scores in the 99th percentile on the GMAT, with an all-time high score of 790. She shares with her students not only the fundamentals but also the intangibles of testing success.
She lives in Orange County, California with her husband, their two young sons, and two cantankerous cats. She enjoys photography, watching Jeopardy and Absolutely Fabulous, and eating carbohydrates.
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