Chris Dolin in New York, NY

Mathematics: Algebra, Geometry
Social Studies: AP Government and Politics: United States, AP United States History
English: AP English Language and Composition, Middle School English, High School English, High School Literature, College Literature

Chris graduated from Harvard University, cum laude, with a B.A. in Government and Economics. He then earned an M.S.W. at Hunter College School of Social Work. With over two decades of experience tutoring with Advantage Testing, Chris has successfully worked with hundreds of students. During a hiatus in the 1990s, Chris founded and ran Creative Arts Workshops for Kids, a comprehensive youth development program that served formerly homeless and otherwise at-risk children and their families in New York City. Chris has served on several nonprofit boards as treasurer and strategic planner, including The Center for Group Studies (the largest stand-alone institute for training in group psychotherapy in NYC) and Dance New Amsterdam (one of the city’s leading educators and presenters of young dancers). Chris was an adjunct professor at the Hunter College School of Social Work, instructing graduate students in a variety of clinical practice courses. Chris grew up in New York City and is a Fieldston alum. As a Fieldston parent, Chris has been involved for many years in efforts to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion: he now co-chairs the All-School Multicultural Committee.