Hi! My name is Margaret and I am a PhD candidate at Harvard University studying Medical Anthropology. I’ve been tutoring test-prep and college admissions for over nine years, and I truly love helping students achieve their goals and grow into more confident, curious, and well-rounded students. Prior to starting my PhD at Harvard, I worked on medical and economic research studies at the University of Michigan, where I also earned an MPH and a BA. During my spare time, I love reading poetry and philosophy, and doing outdoor activities like hiking and rowing.


Education: University of Michigan
Undergrad Major: B.A. Women's Studies
Other Degrees/Minors: PhD Candidate in Medical Anthropology (Harvard University)

High School:

Class Rank: Top 1%
Awards & Honors: Honors, Merit scholarships, Athletic awards
SAT Scores: 1560: Verbal 770, Math 790
AP Exams: APUSH- 5, AP Biology- 4, AP English Language and Composition- 5


Other Awards: National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant, Harvard University Certificate of Distinction in Teaching (3x); Distinguished scholar award; University honors (4x); Honorable Mention, Dorthy McGuigan Essay Contest; All-academic Big 10
Other Interests & Activities: Co-Founder, Public Engagement in the Social Sciences, Harvard University; Executive Board, Sergeant-At-Arms, Harvard Graduate Student Union (HGSU-UAW Local 5118); Research Assistant, Business & Society Program, NYU Stern School of Business; Feminist Working Group Organizer, Harvard Graduate Student Union; Co-founder, Harvard Activism Network, Harvard University; Editor-in-Chief, RC Review Literary Magazine; Doulas Care volunteer birth doula; Alternatives for Girls street outreach; Mercy Education Project Girl’s tutor
Location: Other

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