Mallory graduated from the College of Wooster with dual degrees in Education and Spanish (Cum Laude). She spent her first six years in the education field teaching at Lowell School in Washington, D.C. She currently works as an executive function coach at Essig Education Group. Mallory gained confidence and experience in supporting students with a diverse and complex range of needs. Her teaching philosophy is simple: building and fostering meaningful relationships with children is the first step in creating a successful partnership. Her passion for helping children, teens, and young adults realize and reach their true potentials is Mallory’s greatest strength. In 2021, Mallory completed her master’s degree at Johns Hopkins University with a specialization in Mind, Brain, and Education and Urban Education. She graduated with honors. She has worked with students ranging from age 4 to adulthood. Mallory’s favorite part of coaching is the enjoyment and opportunity she has to learn from her students. Mallory is thrilled to share her knowledge, enthusiasm, and passion with others to help them gain independence and confidence.
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