I am an incoming medical student passionate about tutoring, counseling, and mentoring. From an early age, I tutored my fellow elementary school students in reading comprehension. From there, I gained extensive experience in my local library and other academic settings.
At the age of fourteen, I attended Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire. Although living in a rigorous academic and social environment, I found solace through various forms of mentoring. I served as a teaching assistant to a local preschool and a peer tutor in Latin, math, and the sciences.
For my undergraduate education I attended Yale University. Majoring in Molecular Biochemistry & Biophysics and Classical Civilization, I still reserved the time to serve others. For four years, I was the coordinator of the Alpha Achievement Program for Girls. Alpha is both a mentoring and tutoring program that helps girls in grade 3-8. Over the course of this program I helped students in Spanish, Latin, SSAT Prep, study skills, science, reading, and math.
Since graduation from Yale University I have been looking for a way to continue my interest in mentoring, counseling, and tutoring. I will be starting medical school at the Yale School of Medicine in the fall and anticipate having free time to help students and any age of their academic career. Given my success in multiple application cycles and top institutions, it would be an honor to aid motivated and driven students on their own journey.
Undergraduate Degree: Yale College - Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Graduate Degree: Yale School of Medicine - Doctor of Medicine, Molecular Medicine
ACT Composite: 32
ACT English: 35
ACT Math: 34
ACT Reading: 31
Dancing, running, pilates, yoga, swimming, playing piano, readings, cooking, baking, and knitting.