Dilyn is originally from a cute mountain town – Golden, Colorado – that still thinks of itself as being “the Wild West.” She left her hometown to attend New York University, where she majored in English, minored in Spanish and studio art, and graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. Dilyn then moved to Mexico City and spent a year teaching English at a university as a Fulbright Scholar. She earned her JD at Harvard Law School, focusing on education law and child advocacy. Currently, she is clerking on the Colorado Supreme Court.
Dilyn worked full-time as a teacher for two years before law school and has been tutoring for over eight years. She has taught and developed curricula for classes ranging from high school Spanish I to middle school zombie literature studies. As a tutor, Dilyn has worked with elementary and middle school students studying for the SSAT and ISEE, high school students studying for the ACT and SAT, and postsecondary students studying for the LSAT. She has also worked as an art teacher, mentor, and academic support tutor for students of all ages.
In her free time, Dilyn is training for a half marathon and often tries to imitate reality cooking competition shows in her home kitchen.