Dylan is a native Washingtonian, born in Stanton Park and raised in Chevy Chase, DC. He received the Faculty Scholarship at Ohio Wesleyan University where he studied Spanish and Latin American Studies. At university, Dylan studied a semester abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina, was selected for a course that travelled to the US-Mexico border region for three weeks and graduated cum laude. After finishing his undergraduate degree he moved to Colombia to volunteer as an English language teacher in underserved communities of Barranquilla. Once done with his volunteer year, he was recruited to teach at a prestigious bilingual school in Valledupar and was later named High School English Coordinator there. After fours years in Colombia, he returned to Washington, D.C .and started his own Spanish tutoring business. Currently he works at the Wilson Center for International Scholars in the Latin American Program. 

Dylan believes education is what the student makes of it. Any student can improve academically as long as they have the work ethic and drive to succeed. 

Dylan is an avid reader of fiction, loves fútbol (and all sports) and is passionate about food and even more so about eating.