Tutor of: SAT, ACT
Visala holds a B.A. in Classics with high honors from Princeton University, an M.A. in Classics from Oxford University, and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. Visala loves to teach and has sought opportunities to teach at every stage of her life. As a high schooler at Trinity School in New York City, she served as a peer tutor. In college, she taught for a program that teaches literacy through Latin. After moving to Rome, she worked as a Teaching Fellow at the Paideia Institute. There, she led several tours throughout Italy and Greece and taught students Roman history and Latin literature. In law school, she was a Teaching Fellow twice for Harvard Law School's Negotiation Workshop and once for the Advanced Negotiation Seminar. She has also taught sections for undergraduate courses at Harvard College in classical mythology and was awarded a Certificate of Distinction by Harvard’s Office of Undergraduate Education for excellence in teaching. Her other recent experience includes working at the APGRD (The Archive for Greek and Roman Drama), the Center for Art Law (a nonprofit organization focused on the intersection of law and visual arts), and Cultural Heritage Partners (a law firm dedicated to cultural heritage preservation). Visala is truly thrilled to be working at Advantage Testing and the Advantage Testing Foundation.