Wendy Ferdinand, Ed.M
Wendy Ferdinand holds a B.A. from Dartmouth College and a Masters in Education from Harvard University. She was a teacher at an elite private school in Manhattan for eight years prior to moving to Connecticut and setting up her practice.
She has worked as a senior interviewer in the Dartmouth College Admissions Office and continues to serve as an alumni interviewer for the college.
Wendy has also served on the Boards of the Dartmouth Club of Fairfield County and the Weston Women's League.
Karen Phillips is an independent math consultant who works with many Weston College Prep students on general math support. She holds a M.A. in Secondary Mathematics Education from Columbia University, Teachers College and an M.B.A. degree from Stanford University. Karen taught high school mathematics at a New York City public school for two years and then pursued a career in finance working for J.P. Morgan and Pepsi Bottling Group. After a move to Connecticut, she returned to teaching and currently works with students in a one-on-one setting.
Ken-Shing Law is a math and science consultant who works with many Weston College Prep students on standardized test preparation as well as offering general math and science support. He holds a B.S. in Chemistry from California State University, Long Beach and a M.S. in Chemistry from Yale University. His passion for teaching started at a young age as he tutored fellow students during his high school years. Ken continued to work with students on math and science while he pursued his undergraduate and graduate degrees. He works with students in a one-on-one setting and maintains an office in Westport.
Pen Vineyard is a math and science consultant who has worked with Weston College Prep students on standardized test preparation for several years. He holds a B.A. from Dartmouth College and a Masters in Education from Columbia University’s Teachers College. He is a Spanish teacher and administrator at a local private school. He also serves as an alumni interviewer for Dartmouth. He endeavors to instill a growth mindset, helping students understand that test-taking is a skill upon which they can readily improve.