Eleanor Woodward

An east-coast transplant from sunny Long Beach, CA, Eleanor is book lover, currently pursuing her love of trees and winter in New England.

She recently graduated from Yale University, where she double-majored in Physics and the Humanities (the next best thing to majoring in Everything).

While running back and forth around New Haven, she explored everything from gravitational waves and muon conversion to Nietzsche and Plato, with a focus on interdisciplinary intellectual history. Eleanor has lived and studied in Puebla, Mexico; London; and St. Petersburg, Russia (and is still working through reading Anna Karenina in Russian). She hopes to pursue her love of research and international travel in graduate school—but first she has to figure out what to study.

In the meantime, Eleanor is applying her prodigious writing talent to helping others follow in her academic footsteps. She approaches essays like she approached school, exploring options and helping the client find their best argument. When not editing, she can be found learning new modern dance techniques, scatting to Ella Fitzgerald, organizing playlists by theme, and waiting for the first snow of the year.