Audrianne is a native of Texas and graduated from Texas A&M cum laude. During undergrad, Audrianne was co-captain of her speech and debate team, a Girl Scout troop leader, and the winner of the 2010 Texas A&M Women’s Progress Award. After graduating, Audrianne traveled to Seoul, South Korea where she spent two years teaching speech, debate, and critical thinking skills to 7th grade students. Now, a second-year law student at Columbia Law School, Audrianne is focusing on corporate law.
Audrianne has been involved in mentorship and tutoring middle-school students since 2010, primarily in speech and debate. As a teacher in Seoul, Audrianne turned a lecture-based academic environment to a student-centered class where students felt their voices and cultural values were appreciated and respected. This culminated in two of her shyest students placing 1st and 2nd at their school speaking competitions. Furthermore, she proposed, researched, and developed specialized argumentation and logic workbooks. These experiences are where Audrianne learned the primary logic tools and arguments commonly utilized in the LSAT that equip her with valuable insight on tutoring both LSAT basic and advanced skills.
When taking a break from studying the law, Audrianne enjoys experimenting with arts and crafts, communicating with friends via gifs, and thinking about starting Couch to 5K.