June grew up in Southern California but spent two wonderful years at a boarding school in Delaware. She attended Boston College, majoring in History and graduating summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. She was the recipient of the Patrick Durcan Award, the history departmental commencement prize, and her senior thesis on the adoptions of Korean children by American parents received a Scholar of the College distinction. After Boston College, she taught English in French public schools and also worked at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. She went on to receive her Master’s in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School. After working for two years as a management consultant for automotive companies, she returned to Harvard, where she is currently a JD candidate at the law school.
June has helped both high school students and college grads with their application narratives and immensely enjoys seeing others achieve their goals by helping them find and tell their life stories. Her academic core strengths include history, oral communication and negotiation, and expository writing. She especially enjoys working with students at the primary and secondary levels.
Outside of her studies, you can find her hanging out with her two dogs and trying to improve her skills on the accordion.