Neil Sirota is the principal and senior advisor at Inflection Life.
Neil has had a career filled with twists and turns and more inflection points than he can count. He’s been a Career Services Dean, a BigLaw associate, a headhunter, a teacher, and a volunteer. He’s lived in San Francisco, New York, Washington DC, rural Pennsylvania, Stockholm, Sweden, and Yangon, Myanmar. He’s been promoted, transferred between offices, quit, and been fired. He has also visited all 48 contiguous United States and traveled through most of Western Europe, and Southeast Asia.
Neil has advised hundreds of students, both domestic and international, on myriad educational and career related issues. Read about what some of them have to say here.
- Cornell University, Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Labor Relations, 1996
- Columbia University School of Law, Juris Doctor, 1999
E. Burak Can is an international student advisor at Inflection Life.
After earning his law degree and practicing as an attorney in Germany, Burak obtained both an LLM and MBA in the United States. Working in international recruitment and student services for two U.S. universities, Burak successfully recruited candidates from all over the world and supported students in their academic and personal transition to life as a student in the United States. Burak has also independently advised students on finding the best fit for international study.
Due to his own experience as an international student in two degree programs, Burak is able to easily relate to questions, fears, and anxieties students have before they come to the U.S. and while they are in the country. He is passionate about finding the right program for students in an ethical and professional way.
- Free University of Berlin, LLB
- University of Connecticut, LLM
- University of Hartford, MBA
Tiffany Worosz is an academic advisor at Inflection Life.
Specializing in Legal English and U.S. Legal Writing, she has worked with hundreds of international students from over thirty countries. Tiffany has served as a writing specialist for international students and has developed and taught a variety of courses for both international law students and international attorneys. Tiffany has also created and taught a course entitled “Introduction to Law School,” designed to help JD students make a successful transition into the first year of law school. In addition, Tiffany is experienced in most aspects of academic affairs, including helping students tailor their course selection to fit individual career goals.
From reviewing personal statements for admissions applications to final theses and writing samples for jobs, Tiffany enjoys helping students improve their writing skills and develop successful study habits.
- University of South Carolina, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
- The Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law, Juris Doctor