Our supervisors are experts with backgrounds in psychology, literacy, cognition, and education with additional ongoing training to help our teams be at the forefront of the field. They’re responsible for matching students with their ideal tutor after assessing the student’s cognitive, developmental, and academic needs, as well as their personality and interests. Supervisors also oversee and mentor our tutors in order to help them learn and grow, and to ensure our students are receiving the most effective interventions. Get to know the people behind the Organizational Tutors supervisory team.
Anna Levy-Warren, Ph.D.
Founder, CEO, & Supervisor
Born and raised in New York City, Anna attended Bank Street School for Children and the Dalton School. She received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University and her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the City University of New York.
In 2005, she established a network of individuals with advanced degrees in cognition and education to help students and adults with executive functioning difficulties and other complex learning profiles. The student-centered aspects of this network later came to be known as Organizational Tutors. As the head of the network, Anna serves as matchmaker to connect individuals with the right tutors and actively supervises and manages the network.
Anna is published and licensed in the field of psychology and a member of the American Psychological Association. She co-founded Dwellness, which provides in-home therapy and teletherapy for individuals and families. She also offers executive functioning and leadership training for adults to executives, entrepreneurs, educational and business teams, and other professionals through an affiliated company, STEEL Advising. She enjoys giving talks to PTAs, parent groups, teachers, and learning teams.
Her professional experience includes three years as a Litigation Paralegal at Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz, two and a half years on the Investment Team at a Midtown hedge fund, and several years running her own business management consultancy practice. A dancer at heart, Katie teaches Zumba and group fitness classes at local gyms and at the invitation of other groups. Katie also directs Operations at OT’s sister company Dwellness In-Home Psychological Services PLLC.
As an Organizational Tutor, Bari tailors interventions to maximize clients’ progress, awareness of barriers, and sense of self-efficacy. Her strength-based approach highlights students' intrinsic motivations to foster rapport, confidence, independence, and increased understanding of the learning process. Similarly, Bari’s approach to supervision utilizes a problem-solving and team-based approach that supports tutors in working effectively with families, schools, and other supports and maximizes students’ success.
Bobby has taught Spanish and English literacy to children in grades PK-8 in New Orleans through Teach for America and has also taught in New York City magnet elementary schools. Bobby integrates his experience as a classroom teacher and as a psychologist-in-training to tailor tutoring to the unique needs of each student, attending to psychological, biological, and academic factors that influence a student's ability to excel in educational settings.
Bobby supervises NYC-based tutoring and supervises or coordinates supervision of all tutoring in New Jersey.
Liz looks forward to working with clients and their family members to best meet the client’s individual needs, to cultivate the academic, social, and emotional skills needed to succeed in school, at work, and in life.
In her ten years as an organizational tutor and executive functioning/academic coach, Megan has employed a strength-based approach, building students’ confidence while simultaneously teaching and fine-tuning the skills that will lead to academic independence and deeper intellectual engagement. Megan has worked with students with a range of complex neuropsychological profiles such as ADHD, dyslexia and reading impairment, and processing issues.
Sarah provides executive functioning and literacy tutoring and provides supervision to NYC-based tutors.
As an Organizational Tutor, Amy understands that true change occurs when she has earned the trust of her clients. She utilizes an individualized approach to help students with their planning, problem solving, and organization skills. Amy has experience with a wide range of learning challenges, including dyslexia, ADHD, auditory processing deficits, and autism spectrum disorder.