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Eden B.

She/her • majoring in Economics • class of 2024


When evaluating whether a mentor would be a good match for your student keep in mind that the greatest leading indicator of success is how well a mentor and their mentee get along.

Questions to ask yourself:

  • Would the student find this person inspiring?
  • Do they share any interests, hobbies, or lived experiences?


2014 - 2019 • Wellington CollegeCrowthorne, Berkshire
2019 - 2024 • Yale UniversityNew Haven, Connecticut
I’ve been a Curious Cardinals mentor since May 2023I am passionate about mentoring students in the areas of Literature, History, Film, Fashion, Creative Writing, Art History, Economics, Communication & Leadership, Launch a Website, Women & Gender Studies, Race & Ethnicity, Government & Policy, Statistics, Precalculus & Trigonometry, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Algebra II, Algebra I, History, Reading, Reading Comprehension, Geography, Economics, College Essay Writing, Academic Coaching, Literary Analysis, Grammar & Spelling, Essay Writing, and Creative Writing & Poetry.


Eden is a rising Senior at Yale University pursuing a degree in Economics. She grew up in London, England and attended Wellington College, where she was awarded the Harvard Book Prize and graduated as a West Scholar with a score of 43 points in the IB Diploma. Along with her passion for Economics, Eden loves to be creative, and you’ll often find her writing short stories, sewing a new outfit, or making a short film. Last summer, she discovered her passion for production as an intern on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert! On Yale’s campus, Eden co-founded Fuse Magazine, Yale’s first publication dedicated to campus arts and culture. She continues to play an active role today as the Creative Director and Production Coordinator. While habitually working behind the camera, Eden constantly finds herself in front of it: balancing a full-time Yale degree with a professional modeling career. She is very familiar with the Metro North journey from New Haven to New York and has been featured in worldwide campaigns for brands such as Target, Macy’s, H&M, and Urban Outfitters. As an outspoken advocate for justice and equality in all its forms, Eden believes in getting involved in the communities around you. Previously, she was involved in the Yale Undergraduate Prison Project, a student group working to promote criminal justice reform and end the practice of solitary confinement in Connecticut. She also juggled one of her spring semesters with interning for the Center for Policing Equity, a group dedicated to helping law enforcement agencies identify ways to improve their relationship with the communities they serve. Often, she finds herself fusing creativity with her passion for activism: in her gap year, she worked as a marketing associate for a social justice-oriented sustainable jewelry brand. Outside the classroom, Eden spends her weekends working for Yale Athletics as a Sports Statistician for the women’s Field Hockey and Lacrosse teams and exploring New Haven's delicious food. She is also an avid reader, looking to beat her total of 55 books read last year!

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Our mentorship sessions happen virtually over Zoom. It’s important to get a sense of how someone’s personality can come through on a video call. The best way to ensure your student is excited about learning is to have someone on the other side that they look forward to talking to.

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