Hi! I’m from Chicago, IL, and am currently a junior at Harvard University pursuing a double major in social studies and economics with a minor math. I’ve been with Princeton Tutoring for two years but have worked with kids my entire life. I have previously worked as a counselor at an all-boys overnight camp and a math program at the University of Chicago. I also volunteer at a youth homeless shelter in Cambridge, MA. I tutor because of how happy kids get when something clicks: the look of accomplishment I can see on their faces makes all the time we spent working together worth it.

Outside the classroom, I am the News Editor at The Harvard Independent, Harvard’s oldest weekly newspaper. I am also passionate about research: I wrote two award-winning math research papers in high school, and this summer, I will be researching corporate bankruptcy at Harvard Law School. Finally, I am an avid Miami Dolphins fan, active tennis player, and competitive powerlifter.

I look forward to helping you and your child meet their goals!


Education: Harvard University
Undergrad Major: Social Studies/Economics
Other Degrees/Minors: Mathematics

High School:

Awards & Honors: Varsity Tennis 2 year captain, Fogelson Family Award for Math Research, Chicago STEM Fair 3x Qualifier, Illinois STEM Fair Gold Medalist, National Honors Society
Interests & Activities: Boys Varsity Tennis Captain, National Honors Society Member, National French Honors Society Service and Outreach Coordinator, Boys A capella
SAT Scores: 1520
ACT Scores: 36 Composite: 36 English, 36 Reading, 35 Science, 35 Math
AP Exams: 5 Calc BC, 5 US History, 5 Lang, 5 Gov, 5 Bio, 5 Research, 5 Computer Science A, 4 Human Geography, 4 Literature


Other Interests & Activities: Harvard Independent News Editor; Economics Department Course Assistant; Harvard Law School Research Assistant
Location: Cambridge, MA

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