Our Team 2017-08-07T23:25:11+00:00

Our team of talented tutors and college counselors includes Jesuit, Loretto, and St. Francis High School alums and claims several higher education degrees and years of tutoring and counseling experience.

We are committed to helping students feel confident about their futures.

College Counselors

Sarah Patterson, J.D.

Sarah Patterson, J.D.

Born and raised in Sacramento, Sarah graduated from Loretto High School in 2003, Sacramento State in 2007, and Pacific McGeorge School of Law in 2015. Sarah has worked with kids for many years in various capacities, including tutoring and producing plays at a local elementary school. While in law school, she worked at California Lawyers for the Arts/Sacramento Mediation Center where she helped develop the curriculum for a peer mediation program designed to reduce bullying in schools.

Linda Bloom, J.D.

Linda Bloom, J.D.

Linda graduated with a BA in English from U.C. Berkeley and a J.D. with distinction, from McGeorge School of Law. After practicing real estate and finance law for fifteen years in Sacramento, Linda began teaching while raising her children. She was the school Librarian, Public Speaking and Drama teacher at Our Lady of the Assumption Parish School for three years, also serving as coach of the academic decathlon and mental math teams. She was active in her children’s education at Our Lady of the Assumption, Jesuit and St. Francis. Linda’s interest in college counseling arose after working with her own children and their friends in their high school and college careers. Her son is a student at U.C. Berkeley, and her daughter is a student at UCLA.

Owners

Charlotte Glennie, Ph.D. Cand.

Charlotte Glennie, Ph.D. Cand.

Charlotte has tutored for Academic Impact since 2010 and managed Academic Impact between 2012 and 2014. In Fall 2014, Charlotte began work toward her Ph.D. in Sociology at UC Davis. Charlotte arrived in Sacramento in 2010 after graduating Magna Cum Laude from Princeton University in 2009. At Princeton, Charlotte studied Classics and Biology and volunteered as a tutor and mentor for local high school students.

Brian Geremia, J.D.

Brian Geremia, J.D.

Brian is one of Academic Impact’s co-founders; he graduated from Jesuit High School in 2002, Loyola Marymount University in 2006, and Pacific McGeorge School of Law in 2015. Brian played baseball and served as Student Body President at Jesuit High School, co-founded Magis, a community service organization at Loyola Marymount, and participated in the McGeorge Law Review and the Elder & Health Law Clinic at Pacific McGeorge.

Tutors

Academic Impact utilizes a network of tutors who assist students in all grade levels, including AP and honors courses. Many tutors are recent college graduates who are contemplating graduate studies, others are graduate students or young professionals who enjoy working with students, and some are undergraduate students who possess the necessary skills to tutor math and science.

Academic Impact maintains high standards for tutors and emphasizes mentoring and role modeling in addition to tutoring. Tutors implement their own teaching strategies.

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