Greg graduated with honors from Princeton University. He majored in Civil and Environmental Engineering with a Certificate (Princeton’s equivalent of a minor) in Engineering Management Systems.
He was awarded the Christine Trmal Prize for exceptional thesis work and academic achievement, was nominated to the Sigma Xi Honor Society, and received recognition for “Outstanding Academic Achievement in the B.S.E. Program.”
Outside of academics, Greg tutored extensively during his years at Princeton and also taught and mentored local underprivileged children.
Additionally, Greg was a tennis instructor at the local tennis club, leading drill sessions for top-ranked junior tennis players.
It was these early experiences with teaching and mentoring that eventually led to the start of Princeton Tutoring.
During high school, Greg maintained a number one class ranking for three years and received numerous class prizes, awards, and scholarships.
Greg was the #1 singles player and captain of the varsity tennis team. He was undefeated for three consecutive high school seasons and was the second highest USTA ranked tennis player in the state in the 18-and-under division. He also received a first-degree black belt in Kenpo Karate.
Prior to transitioning full-time to Princeton Tutoring, Greg worked at several top-tier strategy and operations consulting firms.
In his spare time, Greg enjoys volunteering and mentoring (he is on the boards of the Princeton Club of Chicago and the Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton), playing tennis, training Brazilian jiu jitsu, and studying Mandarin.