Robert is a graduate of Loyola University of Maryland, here in Baltimore, and is a native of Camden, NJ. While at Loyola, Mr. Ingram has been held numerous leadership roles and has gained a unique experience of Baltimore and education, while being a Service Coordinator for Loyola's Center for Community Service and Justice. Mr. Ingram looks forward to working closely with students to be a resource and mentor, and sharing his experiences with the Baltimore Collegiate community. Mr. Ingram holds a BSE in Mechanical Engineering from Loyola University Maryland.
Torrin Stokes is one of the Collegiate Teaching Fellows here at Baltimore Collegiate. He is a recent graduate from Loyola University Maryland, having earned his BA in Speech and Language Hearing Sciences. Mr. Stokes is very excited to work with the other Fellows, and bring his experiences and knowledge toward the role.
Natanne Nunes is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland where she earned her BA in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences. Miss. Nunes’ hometown is in Cape Cod, MA, however she is really proud of her Brazilian heritage. She has experience tutoring at the Esperanza Center and The Club After-school Program at Collington Square School. In the past, she enjoyed mentoring first year residents as a Resident Assistant at Loyola. Miss. Nunes is really excited to tutor in math as it has always been one of her favorite subjects!
Nick is native of the Boston area who just graduated from the University at Virginia (UVa). During his time at UVa, he studied Political and Social Thought which allowed him to take fascinating classes about topics ranging from South African History to American politics. Outside of school he enjoys wrestling, playing chess, and making music on his keyboard. Nick has prior experience in the classroom: he has taught science to middle schoolers and worked as a college counselor to high schoolers. Now he is looking forward to tutoring math!
Benjamin holds a BA from Haverford College in Pennsylvania and majored in Psychology. His interests are non-profit and education. Benjamin's work experience include major internships at UNESCO and United Way. He also has experience in teaching and tutoring children from age 10-18. Aside from work experience and education, Benjamin played lacrosse and football in high school and continued to play lacrosse in college. He is very excited to bring positivity and growth to the students at BCSB.
Alexis Alvarez is a recent graduate from the University of Virginia. She majored in Global Development studies with a focus on comparative education and Arabic language. While at UVa she was involved in a variety of activities such as the University Guide Service and the Peer Mentoring program. She was also inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. While at UVa, she studied abroad in Rabat, Morocco where she cultivated her love for travel and food. In addition, Alexis has served as a classroom assistant for elementary and middle schools in the Charlottesville area throughout her time at the University of Virginia. Alexis is extremely excited to bring her passion for education and life experiences to Baltimore Collegiate as a Collegiate Teaching Fellow.
Claire Lippay is an incoming fellow at Baltimore Collegiate. Ms. Lippay recently graduated from Goucher College in Towson, MD with a BA in History and Secondary Education. Her work experience includes teaching at both public and charter schools in and around Baltimore. In her spare time Ms. Lippay enjoys reading, playing lacrosse and gardening. She is thrilled to be able to work with the staff of Baltimore Collegiate to advance the next generation of young men.
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Patrick D'Onofrio is a Teaching Fellow here at Baltimore Collegiate. Patrick graduated from Boston College, where here studied Psychology. He has worked summers in clinical research labs at New York State Psychiatric Institute as well as Massachusetts General Hospital. In college, Patrick participated in Model United Nations, Intramural Soccer and Flag Football.
Hayat earned a BA in Economics from Georgetown University focusing on economic development. Her work experience ranges from finance to technology, however her internship at the United Nations solidified her commitment to youth and education in the economic development space. At Georgetown, she was involved with the DC Schools Project, which provides tutoring and mentoring services to DC public schools. In her role as a tutor, she supported middle school students in math, science, and English after school. She is excited to work with the students at Baltimore Collegiate on their individual needs and is passionate about contributing to their success!