University of Chicago
BA | Comparative Human Development
Born to Nigerian parents, Tomi was born in London, England and lived there for eight years. After three years in Canada, her family moved to America. At the University of Chicago, she studied child and adolescent development, psychology, and political science. After college, she worked alongside two Harvard-graduate senior attorneys in personal injury and worker’s compensation law, and then in education and employment discrimination law. She briefly worked as a math and engineering Teacher’s Assistant, and is very happy to be back in the realm of education consulting.
For eight years, she mentored students in math and science. She has a lot of experience of helping friends and younger students edit personal statements for college and graduate school applications. A couple landed entrance to Columbia University in New York.
Besides helping students achieve their potential through MentorBridge, she currently serves as an Engineering Program Facilitator for an organization that inspires young students to pursue careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). For fun, she paints, visits music venues, and plays with her pet parakeet.
Her specialties are social science, psychology, and education