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Our Team

We are a team of 200+ dedicated consultants, teachers and tutors who inspire students to find their direction and reach their full potential. 

Beyond the core team in Hong Kong, we also have consultants based in the UK and the US.

Jennifer Ma
Founder & Managing Partner
Jennifer Yu
Founder & Managing Partner
Albert Ma
Director of Education Services (Academic & Enrichment)
Marybeth Hodson
Senior Partner & Director of US Boarding School Admissions Counseling
Jonathan Watts
Senior UK Boarding School Consultant
Roger Dinh
Assistant Director of US University Admissions Counseling
Ruby Fu
Assistant Director of UK Admissions Counseling & Specialist Instructor (Physics)
Angus Hsu
UK Admissions Consultant (Medicine) & Specialist Instructor (Chemistry, Biology)
Taylor Coplen
Senior US Consultant
Margeaux Perkins
Senior US Consultant
Sean Massa
Senior US Consultant & US Test Prep Instructor
Erin Ross Moses
Senior US Consultant
Andrew Yip
UK Admissions Consultant & Mathematics Instructor
Ophelia Chan
UK Admissions Consultant
Patricia Leung
UK Admissions Consultant
Nathalie Fok
US Admissions Consultant
Jana Sin
US Admissions Consultant
Paul J. Tines
Arts Portfolio Admissions Consultant
Grace Lan
US Admissions Consultant
Angel Ayala
US Admissions Consultant
Luke Sales
Brian Yang
Instructor and Curriculum Developer
Leizel Lee
Timothy Baek
Jonathan Blease
Andrew Gilbert
Billy Chiu
Sandeep Kamal Chulani
Debate Instructor
Ivan Chan
Nathan Lee
Assistant Head of Mathematics
Alexander Yu
Head of English & US Test Prep
Lee Fan
Chemistry Instructor
Albert Sun
Mathematics Instructor
Toman Lam
Chemistry Instructor
Teresa Fung
English Instructor
Alex Szeto
English Instructor
Chris Wong
Physics & Mathematics Instructor
Wilson Liu
Mathematics Instructor
Josephine Lee
Biology Instructor
Alex Wong
Math and Science Instructor
Bonnie Tang
English Instructor
Claudia Cheung
English and Spanish Instructor
Victoria O-Young
Jack Mills
Economics Instructor
Hanan Rimawi
Wesley Richardson
History Instructor
Derek Lam
Mathematics Instructor
Taylor WU
Chinese Language & Literature Instructor
Iván Serrano Arias
Spanish Instructor
Amy Burry
English Instructor
Danielle Berthoud
Biology Instructor
Gabrielle Lau
English Test Prep Instructor
Kai Wilkinson
English and Psychology Instructor
Jonathan Lowe
Iris Cheung
Alastor M. Coleby
Humanities Instructor
Nicholas Bacarella
US Test Prep Online Instructor
Jayson McNaughton
Economics and Mathematics Online Instructor
Danny Jacobs
US Test Prep Online Instructor
Davina Langdale
Science Online Instructor
US & UK Test Prep Online Instructor
Dr Caryn Wujanto
Senior UK Consultant
Jimmy Joe Ni
Business and Economics Online Instructor
Wesley Tucker
Chemistry and Biology Instructor
Haven Lee
Humanities Instructor
Tebbie Tung
Mathematics Instructor

Wesley Richardson

Colorado College
History Instructor

Wesley graduated from Colorado College with a double major in Psychology and Political Science. After graduating, he attended the University of Minnesota Law School for a year. While in law school, he began teaching LSAT and SAT preparation courses, and realized that he enjoyed teaching much more than doing the kinds of reading and writing required of a lawyer.

He began teaching for one of the US’s largest test-preparation companies and was quickly promoted to be an elite tutor and teacher trainer. He taught and trained teachers for many US admissions tests, including SAT, ACT, SSAT, GRE, GMAT, and LSAT. In 2009, he moved on to the company’s Hong Kong branch as their head teacher and trainer. He has successfully helped students gain admission to top US undergraduate and graduate programs, including universities such as MIT and the University of Chicago.

In Hong Kong, Wesley has diversified his teaching experience. Working for a local tutoring company he, continued to teach and develop curricula for US test prep, but also gained experience with IB and GCSE history. He has guided many students in their writing and gaining top marks on IB essays including the TOK and EE.  For the past five years, Wesley has worked at a local DSS secondary school, teaching English language and history. He has gained experience with the HKDSE syllabus for those two subjects, while teaching Forms 1 to 6 in a multi-cultural Hong Kong secondary school. To provide students with enhanced learning opportunities, Wesley developed and taught elective modules on Gothic Poetry, Science Fiction, Legal English, and the novels Animal Farm, 1984, and The White Tiger.

As a language teacher, Wesley believes that students need first and foremost to be exposed to high-quality, authentic and comprehensible language input. From that input, lessons on grammatical structures and vocabulary can be crafted to meet students’ needs. Students then can be guided through stages of practice, eventually culminating in a free writing or speaking task.

As a test-prep teacher, Wesley believes that learning the content of exams is only half of what students need for success. As students are mastering the content, it is important that they develop habits that will help them succeed on test day. Standardized tests are performance events; students will get anxious, stressed, and tired. When that happens, they will fall back on their habits. Because of this, Wesley believes in changing bad habits early, and helping students develop systematic test-taking habits they can use on test day.

As a history teacher, Wesley uses the narrative nature of historical events to engage students’ interest. Humans are natural constructors and consumers of narrative, and Wesley uses this to make learning history fun. Then he encourages critical thinking and questioning of these narratives. Students are asked to look at events from multiple perspectives, and question historical sources in terms of the accuracy and potential bias in their reporting. This approach has been particularly helpful for IB history students, as rigorous source analysis is critical to getting top marks.

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