ImeIme Umana is originally from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. After high school, she attended Harvard College, where she majored in African American studies and Government. Her senior thesis, in which she conducted an empirical study of the Texas Voter ID law, was awarded the Thomas Temple Hoopes Prize for Outstanding Senior Theses and the Seymour Harris Prize, awarded to the best senior thesis in the social sciences. Upon graduation, she began a joint-degree program at Harvard Law School and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. In the final year of her joint-degree program, ImeIme was the President of the Harvard Law Review. She is now clerking for a federal appellate judge in Washington DC.
ImeIme has been tutoring in various capacities for four years. Most recently, ImeIme has worked with students applying to college and graduate schools. She is especially skilled at helping students craft creative and authentic applications that spotlight their unique skills and interests.
In her spare time, you can usually find ImeIme practicing yoga, drinking Fresca, or talking about the criminal legal system.