Elise Javetski M.Ed
Elise graduated cum laude from Kenyon College with a B.A. in both Dance and Anthropology. During her time at Kenyon, she worked in community-based educational mentoring programs helping local students conduct project-based research. In 2013 she joined Teach for America, serving in the Greater Boston Area. For four years she taught Algebra, Geometry, Resource Math, English, and Academic Support classes as a special education teacher at Lawrence High School, in Lawrence, MA. In 2015 she received her Masters Degree in Education (M.Ed) from Boston University, with a focus on Teaching and Curriculum Development. In 2017, she received the Sontag Award in Urban Education, which recognizes outstanding teaching and helps support students in English, Math, and test-taking practices.
Elise enjoys working with teens to help them achieve their goals in their academic and personal lives. She is passionate about assisting them to develop skills that will help them to independently navigate challenging academic situations and become confident and independent lifelong learners.
Elise lives in Somerville, MA. She enjoys dance, road cycling, hiking, CrossFit, and spending time with her family, friends and her pet cat Milton.