Client Relationship Manager, New York
SUNY Potsdam (BA)
Kianni grew up in the Dominican Republic for most of her childhood and moved back to the NYC area when she was in the 8th grade. She currently resides in Brooklyn. She graduated with a BA in Sociology and Spanish from SUNY Potsdam.
After graduation she discovered she has a passion for education and started working for the non-profit Educational Alliance as a community educator, teaching and mentoring elementary and middle school aged children in lower income communities. She also taught and led her own preschool classroom for about two years. Over the spring of 2018 she got the opportunity to teach English abroad at a nonprofit organization that provides supplementary education in the small beach town of San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. After spending most of her work experience as an educator she is ready and excited to take on a new role in the field of education!
I think A-List is a great organization. My tutor was positive and tailored the material to my learning style. She made learning each subject fun and presented new topics in an engaging fashion. Thank you so much to A-List for helping me achieve my personal best!
A-List gave me more than just practice tests and test-taking tips, though these were invaluable. My tutor connected with me on a personal level and helped me understand that I was capable of getting the score I wanted. Suddenly, I viewed my test-taking experience as a challenge, not a burden. I walked into my ACT with the confidence that I knew exactly how to conquer every aspect of the test.”
Mother of Phoebe C.
Both my children had an amazing experience with A-List! Steadily, she worked hard to improve her test scores. Taking the practice tests allowed her to gain confidence and learn to manage her time during the tests. Then a college advisor helped her write her college essays. She was an amazing guide who helped Phoebe focus and streamline her supplements and essays. Now she will be attending her dream college, Rice University, School of Architecture!