Bio for David Storper
David Storper graduated from Brandeis University in 1995 with a B.A. in Politics. After working on Capitol Hill, he was an editor for CNN and a producer for BookTV on C-SPAN2.
A standardized test tutor for a decade, David founded PrepU in 2005.
Bio for Scott Storper
After earning his Bachelor's degree from Northwestern University, Scott Storper graduated cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law in 1994. There, he was a published member of the University of Miami Law Review, Moot Court Board member, student body vice-president, and, perhaps most importantly, director of the annual law school musical.
He then taught Legal Research and Writing, Advanced Appellate Advocacy, and Bar review seminars at St. Thomas Law School, in Miami, FL, for seven years, where he routinely earned top marks on student evaluations.
Currently, he works full-time as a private tutor, specializing in the LSAT and law school exam preparation. In 2006, Scott was honored for his service to pre-law students by the editorial board of the University of Miami Pre- Law Manual.
Bio for Paul Rivas
directed the Academic Skills and Athletics tutoring programs at the
University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB).
Bio for Morgan Taverner
Morgan Taverner attends the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business and is a member of the Quality Enhancement Systems and Teams Honors Program, Primannum Honors society, and Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity. A former Prep U student, Morgan has worked at the company since 2012. Her interests include reading, taking ceramics classes, learning the French language, and traveling to visit her family and friends around the world. She looks forward to aiding students in their studies of Calculus, Economics, English, or French.
Bio for Lindsey Poole
Lindsey Poole taught biology and chemistry laboratory for three years at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts. She also conducted HIV research as a research laboratory technician for the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard in Boston, and has overseen data collection and quantitative projects for The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts and interned with the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a DC think tank. Her favorite thing about working with students one-on-one is getting them excited about the topics they are studying. When she isn't tutoring, she rows on the Potomac and stocks shelves at a food pantry in Arlington.
She is a Master of Public Policy student at George Washington University and has a BA in Biology with a minor in Spanish from MHC.
Bio for Rachel Gray
Rachel graduated cum laude from Dartmouth College in 2015 with a B.A. in Geography and a minor in Hispanic Studies. After college, she spent a year in Little Rock, AR working for City Year (an AmeriCorps program) as a tutor and mentor for fifth grade students in an under-resourced school. Rachel hopes to attend law school next year, where she plans to focus on public interest law. She loves seeing her students develop a passion for their studies and make connections to the material. As a former PrepU student, Rachel is excited to pay it forward by supporting students in Chemistry, Spanish, and Math (including Calculus).