At UC Berkeley I’m working towards my Master’s in Public Health in infectious disease while applying to medical school. I have years of experience tutoring for the SAT Reasoning Test as well as in the classroom as a statistics teaching assistant at Columbia University.
At Columbia I ran Varsity Track and Field for four years, where I set two school records and was named All-Ivy League two times and Academic-all Ivy League twice. I used a fifth year of eligibility to run cross country and track at Cal and am currently a volunteer assistant at Cal. For prospective NCAA athletes, I am extremely well versed in the recruiting process at both scholarship and non-scholarship levels.
I also conduct alumni interviews for Columbia applicants in the Bay area.
UC Berkeley School of Public Health, Class of 2013
- Graduate Studies
- Masters in Public Health
Columbia University in the City of New York, Class of 2011
New York, Ny
- GPA: 3.87/4.00
- B.A., Neuroscience and Behavior, Premedical Studies
- Awards and Involvements:
- Cum Laude
William Penn Charter School
- High School
- GPA: 3.85/4.00
ACTIVITIES / HOBBIES
- Other than the aforementioned running, I love playing music and have played viola, violin, and sang in a number of eclectic groups, from string quartets to bluegrass to Klezmer. I adore my graduate program and will talk for hours about nerdy infectious disease-related topics. My other interests include reading, hanging out with my friends, and my dogs!