Hannah Shore grew up in Mill Valley, California a small town right outside San Francisco. While in high school she played soccer, ran track, and performed in multiple theatre productions. In addition to her extra curricular activities she completed multiple AP classes including Spanish, Calculus, English Composition, Literature, and Biology. Hannah also took honors courses in various levels of math, physiology, and Spanish.
After high school Hannah matriculated to UCLA where she majored in International Economics and minored in Film Studies. Hannah was part of the leadership team for the Pediatric AIDS Coalition-the largest student-run philanthropy on the West Coast. While at UCLA, Hannah worked as a private tutor specializing in math and Spanish.
After graduating she moved to Madrid, Spain where she taught English in a suburban elementary school. Before moving back to the United States, Hannah spent her summer working with Spanish and British teenagers at the summer camp El Pueblo Ingles in Salamanca, Spain. After returning Hannah continued tutoring elementary to high school aged students with a focus on developing executive function skills. Hannah tutored students who attended Branson School, Marin Academy and Mt. Tamalpais High School. Since living in New York City, Hannah has tutored students from a variety of independent schools, including The Ethical Culture Fieldston School, The Nightingale-Bamford School, The Beekman School, and the Dwight-Englewood School.
Hannah loves running, reading, doing yoga, watching/playing baseball, hiking, and watching movies. When Hannah isn’t tutoring she is working for the film producer, Tim Perell, at Process Media.