CS&A Fellows

2023 Summer Fellows

TABS is delighted to introduce the Carney, Sandoe & Associates 2023 Summer Fellows.
These three individuals represent high ambition, authenticity, and character, and CS&A has awarded each a grant to attend TABS Summer Session.

Alliance Partner

Christina Wang


Christina is an early career English and creative writing teacher. She just wrapped up a teaching fellowship at her alma mater, the Hackley School, in Tarrytown, New York. As a teaching fellow at Hackley, Christina taught English and creative writing, served as a faculty advisor for Hackley's literary magazine, worked in admissions, and helped with the cross country and track teams. In the fall of 2023, Christina will join the Independent School Teaching Residency Program at the University of Pennsylvania, where she will teach at Milton Academy while getting her M.S.Ed . She graduated in 2022 from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, with a B.A. in English and politics, and a minor in educational studies.

Thomas Pratt

Episcopal High School, VA

Thomas is new to teaching and new to the workforce. He graduated from Duke in 2022 with a B.S. in computer science and a minor in creative writing and will be teaching math and computer science at Episcopal High School in Alexandria, VA next year. He’s currently a private test prep tutor and worked as a teaching assistant for Duke's computer architecture class as an undergrad. He wants to help students understand the fun aspects about math and computer science so that they can have a healthy relationship with the subject, one driven by curiosity, experimentation, and trust in themselves.

Christopher Hughes

Phillips Academy, MA

Chris is a recent graduate of Stanford University, where he earned his B.S. in physics and mathematics and his M.A. in philosophy. While at Stanford, he worked as a Research Assistant in physics and neuroscience labs, and wrote his master’s thesis on the “Sleeping Beauty” problem. Last summer, he worked for Spinlaunch as a Satellite Engineering Intern. Chris has been tutoring since high school, and he received the Gold Presidential Service Award for his volunteer work in Science Education at the Discovery Cube OC. He’s excited to grow as an educator in his new position at Phillips Academy Andover, where he’ll be starting as a Physics Teaching Fellow in the fall. Chris is especially interested in bridging the gaps between disciplines, and he’s eager to bring philosophical questions into the physics classroom.