Hale Educational Consultants are graduates of top US and Canadian universities and experts in the application process. They are deeply familiar with the challenges and concerns that face students and families applying from overseas. We are the gold standard in North American college admissions, and your success is our priority.
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Education Consultant (Abu Dhabi)
Nathan holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Middle East Studies from Brown University. While at Brown, he spent three years as an Arabic teaching assistant, coordinated peer-lead courses for less-commonly-taught languages, and worked as a research assistant for the History Department. Before coming to Hale, Nathan taught fifth-grade English in Nablus, Palestine.
Co-Director of Test Prep Services
Jeffrey graduated from New York University with a Bachelor's Degree in Linguistics and Languages. After college, he taught English in Lahore, Pakistan for four years where he helped middle school students develop their literacy in English. After returning to the USA, Jeffrey worked 2 years as a Math and Verbal tutor for SAT, ACT, GRE, and GMAT in New York and New Jersey for a leading international test prep company before making the shift to Dubai. He has scored in the top 99th percentile on both the SAT and ACT. With 10 years of teaching experience , Jeffrey capably and efficiently guides students to achieve their target scores on standardized tests.
Education Consultant (Dubai)
Ijaaz holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from The University of Chicago, where he was awarded full financial aid. He has previously interned in China and India, guiding over one hundred students through the US college application process. During his college years, Ijaaz also worked with the Office of College Admissions at UChicago and as the Director of Operations of Maroon Tutor Match, a student-run tutoring program serving over 400 students in Chicago.
Educational Consultant (Dubai Office)
Arienne Calingo obtained her master’s degree in International Education Policy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She also took courses at the Harvard Law School, Harvard Business School, John F. Kennedy School of Government, and Harvard Divinity School. Arienne went to Georgetown University for her undergraduate studies, where she graduated with a major in Theology and a minor in Arabic and Islamic Studies. While at Harvard, Arienne served as the project lead for developing an open e-learning course on diversity, equity, and inclusion for the UNESCO Chair in Open Technologies for Open Educational Resources and Open Learning. Immediately after graduation, Arienne was a Teaching Fellow for the Center for Asia Leadership and taught a Harvard Business School course entitled “Authentic Leadership Development” to students and business executives in Malaysia, Korea, and China. She has also worked in the Philippines, Thailand, and United States before joining Hale. During her free time, Arienne enjoys writing poetry, volunteering, and watching horror films.