Christine Chapman has been empowering students in the admissions process since 1995, coaching and guiding 3,000 domestic and international students. In 2012, Christine stepped away from consulting to become the first Director of International Students at a Boston independent school. There, she assisted with institutional needs pertaining to international students, student health insurance, host family referrals and school-family-liaison work. She has served as Chair of the Schools Committee, on the IECA credentialing task force for schools consulting, and on the Independent Educational Consultants Association. She was a board member for The Cape Cod Montessori School and served on the Sandwich Montessori Enrichment and Assistance Fund.
Christine Chapman is a graduate of the Sacred Heart School of Montreal and Skidmore College. She is currently pursuing her master's degree at Harvard University. In her free time, she spends time with her kids, out walking the local state parks with her dog, and is an enthusiastic yogi and student of pilates.
Sims Yun graduated from Tufts University, where she majored in biology and minored in political science. During her university years, Sims co-founded and ran a tutoring organization that helped match international students to tutors and supported their adjustment to the rigors of academic life in the United States. These students were also supported in their standardized test preparation for the TOEFL, SAT I, SAT II, SSAT and ISEE. As a tutor herself, Sims has worked with over 100 students, developing and personalizing study materials and learning methods to help students build study skills, strengthen learning foundations, and ultimately improve grades and test scores.
After graduating from university, Sims worked as a director for two businesses where she streamlined business processes, developed and trained associate teams and interfaced with product vendors. She also worked as a legal intern, analyzing the viability of EB-5 based business projects, developing marketing materials for potential investors, building financial models and securing permits under California state guidelines.
In her free time, Sims has been reluctantly trying to enjoy time at the gym, but has assiduously (and quite successfully) avoided Christine's invites to attend yoga classes. Sims loves watching documentaries and HGTV and hanging out with her friends. She is a coffee addict and a little bit of a tea snob.
Co-Founder & Director of Academic Services and Tutoring
Devon is the Program Manager for Education Station where she oversees and coordinates events, and supervises the flagship Homework Academy. She is also a valued member of the marketing team. Prior to college graduation, Devon has regularly worked with children as a camp counselor, tutor, nanny, Taekwondo instructor, and a figure skating instructor.
Devon holds a B.A. in Psychology from Eckerd College and has plans to pursue a master’s degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology in the near future. She is a passionate traveler and enjoys exploring different cultures. Devon is a native of Long Island but is truly enjoying the various running trails in the Hopkinton area, and meeting new members of our amazing community.
An experienced teacher, Brian taught English and Social Studies at the middle and high school level in both public and private schools for 14 years before joining Education Station full time in 2019. He started as a private tutor and curriculum developer for Education Station in 2018 and helped launch the SAT/ACT test prep programs. Recently, Brian took on the role of tutoring coordinator in addition to tutoring several of our students. In his free time he enjoys surfing, snowboarding, playing soccer, and spending time with his family.
Amanda is the Operations and Integration Manager. She has a BA in Psychology from Holy Cross and an MBA from Boston University. Amanda spent 20 years at PricewaterhouseCoopers in a variety of roles - Assurance, Learning & Development and Human Resources, in a variety of offices - Boston, Helsinki and Florham Park (NJ). For the last 6 years, she's been home with her kids and very involved in local non-profits, including Hopkinton Little League and the Hopkinton Parent Teacher Organization. In her spare time, Amanda enjoys reading, long walks in the woods, spending time with her golden retriever, Tuukka, and photography.
Kyla holds a BA in Hispanic Studies and English from Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts and an MA in Intercultural Relations from Lesley University. Her career has largely been dedicated to helping families find the right match in independent schools through the admissions process and most recently as a classroom English and history teacher. She is passionate about building meaningful relationships in and out of the classroom and fostering opportunities for racial equity through social justice initiatives.
When she is not working, Kyla enjoys finding time for yoga every day and taking evening walks with her daughter