Lucie is a New York-based writer, actress, and teacher. She is passionate about encouraging her students to free themselves of preconceived ideas about the stress and pressure of the undergraduate admissions process and find the joy in learning about themselves, what they value, and what genuinely motivates them. Lucie is dedicated to crafting highly personalized essay coaching sessions to produce application material that not only packs a punch in a competitive process, but guides her students to build confidence in their candidacy and be proud of what they bring to the table.
Lucie holds a B.A. in English Literature from Stanford University where she worked as a Peer Advisor for the Department of English, assisting students with their writing as well as undergraduate coursework planning and strategy. In recognition of her work for the department, she received the Rosenberg Service Award for Outstanding Contribution to English Majors. Lucie was also a finalist for Stanford’s Geballe Prize for Writing, for which she received Honorable Mention. In 2015, Fleming studied at Oxford University, where she authored a 100-page research analysis comparing contemporary British and American plays. Before attending Stanford, Fleming worked, trained, and acted professionally in multiple productions at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco for ten years, receiving the Distinguished Young Artist Award in 2013. In New York, Lucie is a proud member of the The Barrow Group Theater Company and School.