Top Editor: Quincy T.

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Education

Stanford University, B.A. in International Relations
University of Oxford, Visiting Scholar in History, Politics, & Law
Chulalongkorn University, Visiting Scholar in Education, Globalization, & Development

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Quincy studied at Stanford University (B.A. in International Relations) and served as a visiting scholar at the University of Oxford. He has helped students and professionals as an editor for 7 years and started as a Stanford Peer Writing Tutor where he trained students to communicate with clear, concise, and compelling writing. He joined EssayEdge in 2009, and has since helped hundreds of college hopefuls, students, and professionals discover their unique storyline, showcase their strengths, and progress towards their goals.

Quincy listens carefully to clients’ needs and delivers detailed edits to ensure that academic and professional strengths are highlighted while respecting the client’s original voice. He equips clients to succeed with both writing and interviews and focuses on the connection between clients’ experiences, aspirations, and anticipated future impacts in their respective field. In the process, he has coached native English speaking and ESL clients with college, graduate, business, law, and medicine applications and helped them gain admission to top-tier schools in the U.S. and internationally.

In addition to editing, Quincy works full-time in corporate finance with a focus on investor relations and corporate communications. He is also invested in social entrepreneurship and served as Marketing Manager for two Bangkok-based enterprises and previously judged for the Global Social Ventures Competition in Asia. He enjoys identifying promising ideas, talented leaders, and connecting them with opportunities to have impact.

Quincy also enjoys running, cooking, eating, reading, travel, and geopolitics.

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Quincy is based in Bangkok, Thailand.

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