Megan Phillips graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Human Biology. Now a Teach for America veteran, Megan spent two years teaching middle school science in the South Bronx and earning her Master's in Teaching. Since returning to her hometown of Austin, she has trained and managed teachers for a national test preparation company, taught everything from third grade to high school Latin and tutored students from ages 7 to 30.
When she is not with students, she is probably at Town Lake with her poodle, reading The Grouchy Ladybug with her son or listening to music at the Cactus Cafe with her husband.
Corey Miller received his MFA in Creative Writing from the Michener Center for Writers at UT-Austin and held the Philip Roth Fellowship at Bucknell. While pursuing his MFA, he taught poetry and fiction to children and adults through the Austin Public Library. As an undergraduate, he tutored athletes in math and more recently taught sixth, eighth, and twelfth grade English at the Headwaters School. He’s excited to have found a gig that allows him to help students improve across multiple disciplines.
When he's not teaching, he can usually be found playing tennis, writing at coffee shops, or seeking out Italian food.
Anne Dailey graduated from Yale University with a Bachelor’s degree in Literature. While an undergraduate, she taught art to preschoolers through Head Start and worked as a high school camp counselor at Camp Waldemar and Interlochen Arts Camp. After graduating, Anne worked in film, television, and virtual reality development in Los Angeles.
When she is not tutoring, Anne is probably playing piano, baking pastries, or playing fetch with her border collie.
Daniel Ruiz is originally from Bayamón, Puerto Rico, grew up in Orlando, and graduated from Florida State University with degrees in Creative Writing and Spanish. In 2016, he was a recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship, which took him to Valparaíso, Chile for a year to work on a book of poems and translations. Currently, other than tutoring, he is an MFA candidate in poetry and fiction at the Michener Center for Writers at UT-Austin.
When he's not teaching, Daniel can be spotted reading or writing in various coffee shops, watching NBA basketball, listening to funky music, and playing video games.