Founder & Chairperson
Daniel studied law at Trinity College Dublin, which included an exchange year abroad as a NCAA track and field athlete in the USA. Whilst abroad, he took studied U.S. Education Law and U.S. Immigration Law. Upon graduating from Trinity, he was awarded a full scholarship to pursue a master's degree at the University of Oxford.
Daniel has immense experience in leading educational projects. At Trinity, he taught law part-time to DEIS secondary school pupils under the "Suas ar Scoil" initiative. In the UK, he worked as a lead debate coach at Brampton Manor Academy under the "Debate Mate" Social Mobility Scheme.
A native of Dublin, Daniel received immense support from mentors growing up and is passionate about students having equal access to higher education opportunities both at home and abroad. Daniel aims to bring this same passion to Innumeris.
Now a qualified secondary school teacher, Ben previously attended Maynooth University. At Maynooth, Ben obtained a first-class honours in his thesis "Confronting Class in the Classroom", where he wrote how the educational system could better serve students of working-class backgrounds.
During his time at Maynooth, Ben was the captain of his Snowsports Club and frequently travelled around the globe competing for his university. At Maynooth, he was also an ambassador for the Maynooth Access Programme, where he was tasked with helping students from under-privileged backgrounds progress and settle into university.
Having competed for his team abroad, as well as having a genuine passion for social mobility in his role as a teacher, Ben is delighted to help lead the Innumeris programme.
Public Relations Officer
Charlie graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a first class degree in History. At Trinity, he was Sports Editor for the University Times, Ireland's largest student newspaper, and won two national awards for his work-Sports Writer of the Year and Travel Writer of the Year.
Charlie's time in Trinity involved a year abroad exchange in South Africa, at Stellenbosch University. He was also on the editorial board of The Colloquium, Trinity's international affairs magazine.
Charlie is now a Sixth Form Administrator and Mentor at Phoenix Academy, a state secondary school in west London. As someone who was born and grew up in England, he is familiar with what it is like to study abroad – not only because of his time in Ireland, but also on account of his experience studying on exchange in South Africa.
Meet our Pastoral team!
Our team, who have an excellent track record of academic performance, aim to provide students with tuition for upcoming exams, as well provide advice on information regarding scholarships, college personal statements and financial aid applications both at home and in the USA. They tutor in Leaving Certificate subjects and America standardised exams (SAT and ACT)
Jack is a graduate of Washington and Lee University, a top-ten liberal arts college in the USA, where he was also a NCAA track & field athlete and senior team captain. Prior to enrolling into college, Jack scored in the top 1.2% test takes in the ACT exams.
Upon completing a social work internship in France, Jack worked as an English teacher in Lycee Bonapart. He also worked as an account executive with the "Education First" entity.
As someone who met our founder through sports in the USA, Jack is passionate about cultural exchange having the same significance as academic development.
Connor is a dual student of Trinity College Dublin and Columbia University, where he currently studies European Studies and Political Science. In 2020, he scored in the top 2% of SAT test-takers and was offered numerous scholarships from American Universities.
In his hometown of California, Connor was an avid athlete. After competing for Silicon Valley Soccer Academy and for the Gunn High School varsity basketball team, he personally understands the demanding life of a student-athlete. Through his intimate knowledge of the US college application process, he hopes to help other young students find success.
Originally born and raised in the UK, Jemima was later offered the opportunity to study in the US at Princeton University.
Jemima previously worked as a Community Engagement Director at Whig-Clio, where she led initiatives with prison advocacy groups and worked with numerous schools in under-privileged communities to build their oratory skills.
Jemima is delighted to help students pursue university opportunities in the US and will help them with the administrative process.
Seán is a current PhD Candidate in Astrophysics at Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies having graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a First Class Honours Degree in Physics & Astrophysics.
Along with his excellent academic achievements, Seán also also volunteered during his first year of studies with the 'Voluntary Tuition Programme', tutoring Mathematics to secondary school students once a week.
Cormac De Curtéis
Cormac is a current Business & Irish secondary school teacher at the Loreto Abbey in Dalkey, having graduated with a First Class Honours degree from Maynooth University and completed his master degree in Education from University College Dublin.
Cormac is an active member in the GAA having volunteered as a GAA Youth Rep Leader during his studies while also representing his club and county on the Irish TV show ‘Underdogs’. With his passion for educating the youth and Irish culture, he is the perfect tutor for our Irish sessions.
Jennifer is the founder of JoGrinds and is a Engineering student at TUD, where she is also a Wallace Family Scholar. This is a prestigious scholarship awarded to talented and committed students who will make their mark on the world of engineering.
Jennifer has a deep passion for helping students to reach their full potential academically, achieving their aspirations and overall personal development. Jennifer believes that Innumeris provides her with a platform to share her enthusiasm and experience with upcoming Maths students.
Meet our Student-Athlete Ambassadors!
This is lead by outstanding mentors and ambassadors who have excelled both in sports and academics. Our members have attended the likes of Harvard University, University of Southern Mississippi, and the University of Notre Dame. This programme is tailored towards secondary school students who are currently competing at a high sporting level and would like to continue that in university.
Paddy, from Northern Ireland, is a student-athlete at the University of Notre Dame and plays for the Men’s Division 1 Soccer team.
Paddy captained the Northern Ireland u18 team and played for Glenavon FC. At his secondary school, St Malachy’s College, Paddy was the Head Boy and captained the football team to winning the Northern Ireland Cup.
As someone who both plays at a competitive conference and studies at an highly academic university, Paddy knows first-hand what student-athletes face. Nevertheless, Paddy is a firm advocate for higher education and is delighted to continue that advocacy with Innumeris.
James played for QPR FC and was captain of the u18 Professional Development Team. He is now studying at Harvard University, where he is also a NCAA Division 1 student-athlete for the college.
At secondary school back in England, James was a Senior Prefect and Mental Welfare Ambassador. These are roles that helped him prepare for a role that of a student-athlete ambassador.
James' hope at Innumeris is to help open the eyes of young aspiring athletes to unlock a potential new pathway for their future.
Born and raised in Waterford, Ireland, Blessing later availed of a soccer scholarship to study at the University of Southern Mississippi.
She is a Irish National Soccer player and previously played with Wexford Youths W.F.C., where she competed in the UEFA Champions League for the Wexford’s Youth team. Blessing was also the top scorer for Wexford Youth FC in 2018 and 2019.
As a former teaching assistant, Blessing is delighted to join a programme that allows her continue to advocate for higher education. She is also determined to use her platform to help open doors for more aspiring female athletes.