Keri is from a farm town in Southern New Hampshire. Although she originally attended Stonehill College on the pre-med track, primarily taking classes in biology and chemistry, she made a quick switch to become a psychology major in her senior year and never looked back. In an attempt to live at home again in post-grad life, Keri went back to New Hampshire to get a Masters in Clinical Psychology at Rivier University, where she was the President of the Psi Chi Society chapter. Keri went on to work at a McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School non-profit affiliate where she evaluated STEM activities from kindergarten through college. This experience gave her strong exposure in the most meaningful ways to engage and teach students at every grade level. Keri still had the research bug, so she decided to go back to school and earn her PhD in Experimental Psychology from Tufts University. Since then, Keri has continued her research as a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Community Health at Tufts University. She also teaches psychology and public health courses at Tufts University and Harvard University.
Keri has been tutoring for over a decade. With Cambridge Coaching, her areas of greatest strength include psychology, statistics, public health, time management and academic success skills. She enjoys making the tutoring experience specific to the students’ needs and learning style, and tries to make learning fun in every session. She has also worked with students with a variety of learning differences, including ADHD and dyslexia.
When Keri is not tutoring, researching, or teaching, you can find her hiking throughout the White Mountains, baking in mass quantities to share with friends, practicing yoga, and running.