Tutors

Take a moment to meet a few of our excellent tutors.

Bradley Hann- Head of Math Tutoring and Science Tutoring

Founder and Head Tutor Bradley Hann received his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Yale University in 2009.  During college he tutored classmates in Physics, Mathematics, and Engineering.  He also had outside tutoring work in High School Math, Chemistry, Biology, and Statistics.  During his undergraduate years, Bradley published articles on biochemistry and bioengineering in prestigious scientific journals, and patented a novel DNA technology.   During free time, he enjoys playing the piano, singing, playing soccer, and playing ulitimate Frisbee.

Bradley is currently a  graduate student at Arizona State University pursuing a Ph.D in Bioengineering and Chemistry.

Melanie Reilly- Head of English Tutoring and Writing

Melanie graduated from Bard College in May of 2008 with a degree in Literature. During her undergraduate career, she served as a Trustee Leader Scholar, for which she led two community service programs involving underserved or at risk youth. Melanie implemented a volunteer-based Reading Buddy program at the Astor Home for Children in Rhinebeck, NY. Astor is a residential treatment center for traumatized or abused children with emotional, behavioral, and developmental challenges. She personally worked one-on-one and in groups with the Astor kids, heading activities including reading, creative writing, and poetry. Melanie also has experience working with gifted students with excellent academic backgrounds. In 2006, she worked as an Administrative Assistant for the Summer Institute for the Gifted, an academic summer program for gifted children, at both the Princeton and Drew University campuses (where I worked with grades 5-12). She has tutored middle school, high school, and college students in subjects such as math, French, social studies, flamenco (Spanish dance), grammar (for English as a Second Language students as well as native speakers), and essay writing.
Melanie honors the adage of the “give a man a fish and feed him for a day, but teach and man to fish and feed him for a lifetime” proverb. Her teaching philosophy involves allowing students to find answers themselves. She works to help tutees learn methods of clarity, precision, and organization that will help them express themselves creatively yet clearly.

Alex Kolodin- Head of History Tutoring and Social Science Tutoring.

Alexander Kolodin graduated cum laude from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. While at Georgetown, he interned for UBS and the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy. He currently teaches language arts and social studies at Aim High charter school in Chandler to a diverse student body that includes many refugees from the Middle East and Africa. This has taught him how to break down complicated information and present it in an easily understandable way to those without prior exposure to the material. He is also a standardized test pro, scoring a 1490 on his SAT (800 verbal, 690 math) and a 171 on his LSAT. He is available to tutor the SAT, the ACT, the LSAT, and the following AP exams (English Language, English Literature, Comparative Government and Politics, U.S. Government and Politics, Human Geography, U.S. History, and World History) as well as the following SAT subject tests (U.S. History, World History, and Literature).

If you believe you have what it takes to be an All Ivy Tutor, email Our Recruiting Manager.