Essay Editors Who Know What It Takes
The College Essay Editor Team
Stazi graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University, where he majored in International Relations with concentrations in Economic Development/World Economy and East/South Asia. He also studied at the University of Oxford, investigating the politics and economics of the EU. Stazi was also accepted to The University of Pennsylvania, The University of Chicago, Georgetown, Northwestern, Emory, Duke, Claremont McKenna, Rice, NYU, Tufts, UC Berkeley, UCLA, UC San Diego, UBC, McGill, Middlebury, and many others.
He has worked in asset management and social science research, as well as college admissions consulting and essay editing for the last seven years, and has mentored students from around the world on their college applications, polishing several hundred college application essays and graduate school personal statements in the process. He enjoys assisting both domestic and international students applying to top American universities. Thanks to personalized editing online, together they are able to brainstorm, edit, revise, and polish their essays, resumes, and any other written material required in a manner that is both polished and consistent with each student’s unique writing voice.
During his time at Stanford, Stazi served as a student advisor at the Stanford U.S.-Russia Forum, where he advised American and Russian students on writing, publishing, and presenting their joint research projects for the annual conference. He also spent time as Head of the Mentorship Committee at the Stanford Economics Association. Areas of expertise include editing and polishing a wide variety of written work, including (but not limited to) articles, essays, blogs, resumes, cover letters, research projects, financial statements, biographies, and more.
Rachel graduated from Stanford University, where she majored in Comparative Literature and specialized in immigration literature, winning the “Best Thesis” award in her major. During a stint at the University of Oxford, Rachel studied British, immigrant, and postcolonial literature.
In her spare time, Rachel worked both as a Residential Writing Tutor in her dorm and a writing tutor at Stanford’s Hume Center for Writing and Speaking, ultimately becoming the head of the writing tutors there. After earning her B.A., she worked as a Legislative Correspondent in the U.S. Senate and then received her College Counseling Certificate from UCLA, graduating with distinction.
She is passionate about empowering applicants to effectively communicate their stories in writing, and has worked in college admissions consulting and essay editing for the last six years. Rachel has also been a member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) and is currently a member of the Higher Education Consultants Association (HECA).