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Dr. Sarah Curzi is a college consultant and founder of Cafe PhD, where she helps families navigate college admissions. She has taught at Duke University (Durham, NC), Baruch College (New York City), ABCD University High School (Boston, MA), Massachusetts Institute for Technology’s SEED program (pre-engineering for high school students), YMCA Achievers (SAT preparation in Boston, MA), SAT and SSAT preparation for private students in Boston and New York City. Her work has been featured in Collegiate Parent, Thriveworks, Thrive Global, and Autism Parenting Magazine. Dr. Curzi holds a Ph.D. from Duke University.
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