Bharati Ganesh '22
Emily Shein '22
Jordan Beck '22
Lorna Jepkirui '21
Multilingual (ESOL) Writing Specialist
Betty Litsinger, Director of Multilingual Writing
Callan Napier '21 | Political Science
Callan is an avid euphonium player who loves reading (and writing) anything philosophical. She loves the ocean and will happily spend hours reading political biographies on the beach. When she’s not tucked away in the third floor of Canaday, she can be found listening to music, watching movies from the 90’s, and drinking too much chai tea.
Dorian Alexis '21 | Political Science; minor in Spanish
Dorian is an avid smoothie maker and drinker who, quite often, can be seen in the dining halls filling up her Nutribullet. When not at work, catch her in lengthy discussions about politics and society, running with the cross-country team, or being overly enthusiastic about the newest addition to her closet – her reversible bucket hat.
Elena Asofsky '21 | English
Elena is but a humble desert rain frog equipped with a convincing disguise and a love of words. In her spare time she enjoys poetry (especially Shakespeare), and burrowing in the sand.
Kendra Allman '21 | Russian
Kendra has a long history of interest in literature and creative writing. She loves Studio Ghibli movies, weird fantasy books, and she drinks way too much coffee.
Lorna Jepkirui '21 | Math, concentration in Mathematical Economics; minor in French
Lorna wants to live in a world filled with white chocolate macadamia nut cookies from Insomnia Cookies and vanilla chai lattes. When she’s not holed up in Park studying, you’ll find her walking to places on campus while listening to random podcasts.
Lucy Bruemmer '21 | Biology and Anthropology
Lucy is a Libra who has always felt like a Virgo. She loves listening to people talk about their writing and is always excited to learn something new. She is also an avid hiker and loves to talk to people about it!
Tamar Furman '21 | Political Science and French
**Designated French Tutor for 003-300 level courses**
After years of helping her Colombian father perfect his pathology-related PowerPoint presentations, Tamar is excited to become a writing tutor of a different sort! Tamar loves discussing (or reading) anything unheard of, unusual or underappreciated. She also really likes whales, Korean food, and self-deprecating humor.
Anna Hsu '22 | Philosophy
Anna is a night owl born and raised in Central Jersey. She is a big fan of strawberry banana smoothies, thunderstorms, video games, and her cat Mocha. Outside of tutoring at the Writing Center, Anna also serves as the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Bi-College News.
Arya Yue '22 | Biology
Arya is always happy to meet new people in the Writing Center! She is extremely passionate about biology and enjoys nature and wildlife. She also likes traveling and experiencing different cultures. She loves all forms and styles of dance and has been dancing for Choom Boom.
Bharati Ganesh '22 | Political Science
Bharati is excited to be working in the Writing Center after spending most of her first year doing homework in the space above the Writing Center. She enjoys reading The New Yorker, talking politics, and drinking coffee—sometimes all at the same time. Outside of the Writing Center, Bharati is Treasurer of Bryn Mawr Mock Trial.
Clara Chamorro '22 | Anthropology
Clara is a life-long New Jersey resident. She enjoys playing loud music, true crime podcasts, and jigsaw puzzles. She loves writing and wants to help you love it too!
Ehimy Menendez '22 | Undeclared
**Designated Spanish Tutor**
Ehimy is excited to work at the Writing Center for the first time. She is from the hot and humid city of Houston, Texas, and enjoys spending the majority of her time watching and re-watching almost everything Netflix has to offer. She is shy, but surprisingly always up for a nice conversation about anything and is excited to hear from everyone she meets.
Emily Shein '22 | Philosophy and German
Emily is so excited to be working at the Writing Center this year! She hopes to help other people come to enjoy the writing process as much as she does. She also thinks a lot about the nature of the Doofenshmirtz/Perry the Platypus relationship (of the classic television series Phineas and Ferb), so please ask her about it.
Jordan Beck '22 | English
**Designated French Tutor for 003-005 courses**
Jordan is excited to work at the Writing Center, thus beginning her plan to live in a pillow fort with some books and a cup of tea. She loves reading different styles of writing, baking tea cakes, and acting with the Shakespeare Performance Troupe.
Lizzie Allen '22 | History, minor in Education
Lizzie is thrilled to join the Writing Center this year! She’s excited to read more than just history papers and to help other people enjoy the writing process as much as she does. Lizzie loves baking homemade pizzas in her backyard oven and Succession and hopes to compete on Jeopardy one day.
Katherine Santarpia '22 | Spanish and Political Science, minor in Psychology
Katherine loves learning and reading and is therefore super pumped to be working at the Writing Center! If she’s not at church, buying books for classes she doesn’t take, or gushing about sloths, she’s probably been replaced by an evil clone.
Melia Cleary '22 | English
Melia has a love for language, ideas, writing, people, and Pilot G2 pens. She spends her time reading, fencing, and missing the rain and mountains of the Pacific Northwest.
Sydney Chun '22 | English, concentration in Gender and Sexuality Studies
Sydney is a California transplant, public radio fan, and amateur tomato gardener. Ask Sydney about her grocery store rankings or the show you’re currently watching.
Aanandi Murlidharan '23 | Undeclared
Aanandi is a tea enthusiast, who stans way too many kpop groups for her own good. Ask her which ones and she’ll be your friend forever. When she’s not scrolling through Tiktok or checking Erd’s menu in hopes of seeing mac and cheese, you can catch her singing with the Acabellas or dancing for Choom Boom.
Elle Thompson '23 | Undeclared
Elle is so excited to start working at the writing center this year! She was born and raised in San Francisco, CA, but considers herself a full-on East Coast transplant. When not writing long essays on her opinions, she enjoys Shakespearean acting, political discourse, and fantasy (but the kind that's by women). Her friends would describe her as "full of opinions" and maybe "plays too much dragon age."
Koren Woznicki '23 | Undeclared
Koren is very excited to be working in the Writing Center this year. Hailing from Lambertville, New Jersey, Koren enjoys socially-distant book clubs, re-watching Gilmore Girls, cringing at old pictures from her pageant queen days, and playing on the Bryn Mawr soccer team. When she isn't on Applebee field or a Zoom call, you can find her reading or trying to find a way to get to the nearest beach.
Linda Chen '23 | Undeclared
Linda is a hardcore cinephile with an unquenchable passion for critical theories too often dismissed as academic navel-gazing. She spends a good part of her free time defending avant-garde art, midnight coffee, or the outrageous amount of semicolons in nearly everything she writes, and squanders the rest of it wandering around Park in hope of discovering her next favorite couch to crash on during finals week.
Meredith Klay '23 | Undeclared
Meredith is super excited to work at the Writing Center this year! Her love of biology and chemistry is equal to her love of literature and creative writing. When not at the Writing Center, you can find her studying in Carpenter (the superior library), going for runs around campus, or grabbing a coffee at Uncommon. She relates most to Uncle Iroh from Avatar the Last Airbender.
Rachel Gass '23 | Undeclared
Rachel is from Chicago. She is passionate about gardening and cooking sustainably sourced food. You can find her solving New York Times crossword puzzles, reading, and drinking copious amounts of tea. She is excited to work with you all this year!