Libby was born in northern Italy and grew up in the Chicago suburbs. She attended the University of Chicago, where she graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. She majored in Political Science and International Studies. After being raised nearly bilingual and forced to take seven years of French, she finally admitted to her love of languages and also studied Spanish, Arabic, and Hindi. At the University of Chicago, she was named a Marshall Scholar, the highest award given to seniors for academic and extracurricular achievements. After graduation, Libby helped public schools in Boston use data to improve student outcomes, and then spent four years abroad as a strategy consultant at Dalberg in international development. She is currently working towards her JD at Harvard Law School, where she focuses on criminal law and immigration law.
Libby has experience working with students ranging from elementary school to college-aged. Her strengths include standardized test preparation (particularly, GMAT and LSAT), admissions preparation, and editing written work.
In her spare time, you can usually find Libby doing hot yoga, hiking in the nearest mountains, or curling up with good fiction.