Emma Hoffman was born in New Zealand and has been living in the United States since 1996. A true ‘Third Culture Kid,” she grew up and was educated in six countries, including Hong Kong, Western Samoa and Gibraltar; Emma therefore has first hand experience of, and is particularly sensitive to, the educational and cultural challenges faced by children and families who are moving internationally.
After graduating from King’s College, University of London, with a degree in law, Emma followed her true passion and earned a Post Graduate Certificate in Education from the University of London, specializing in elementary education. She has dedicated the past twenty years to educating children in a number of capacities and has taught in public and private schools in the U.K. and the U.S. She currently tutors children across grade levels and subjects, and also prepares students for U.S. standardized tests, including the S.S.A.T. and the S.A.T.
Emma lives in a suburb of Philadelphia with her husband, sons, and a Shih-Tsu Maltese, Annie. At Bennett, she works with families moving inbound to the United States and internationally, and she also specializes in private vs. public school assessments for corporate clients. We enjoy Emma’s “carbonated” personality and appreciate the dedication and care she brings to her Bennett work.
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