I am a former Educational Council member at MIT’s Undergraduate Admissions Office and currently the Academic Committee Graduate School Representative at Trinity College at the University of Oxford. At present, I am pursuing a MBA at Oxford and MD at the Baylor College of Medicine, where I am a Trinity Fellow. At Baylor, I am a student coordinator of the Global Health track and serve on the Student Council as Treasurer. Before graduate school, I specialized in risk analytics in the Finance Division at Goldman Sachs. I double-majored at MIT in Mechanical Engineering and History, and played varsity lacrosse.
I love teaching and helping prospective doctors achieve their goals to pursue medicine! I have taught classes on topics ranging from the business of medicine to the art of lacrosse and the strategy of innovation in global health. As an admissions coach, I have helped multiple students get into Ivy League schools as well as put together successful medical school applications.
In my free time, I love playing lacrosse, basketball, and running, as well as cooking and surfing.