Ellie is an MBA Candidate at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Previously, she earned her BS in Mechanical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University.
Courtney is a recent JD and MSW graduate from the University of Michigan. Previously, Courtney received her BA in Sociology and Religious Studies from Grinnell College with Phi Beta Kappa honors.
Andrew graduated summa cum laude with a triple major in Economics, Sociology, and Business Administration from the University of Pittsburgh. After he completes his MBA at Chicago Booth, he will work in McKinsey's New York office.
Heide graduated summa cum laude from Princeton in 2020 with a BA in Chemistry. She's currently a PhD Candidate in Chemical Biology at Harvard; her current thesis work focuses on small molecule probes for degradation of tau in cell models of neurodegenerative disease.
Jason is an MD Candidate at Harvard Medical School. Previously, he conducted research as a Fulbright Fellow in China, and graduated with honors from Stanford University, where he earned his BS in Human Biology.
Richard is an MBA Candidate at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business. Previously, he earned his BA in Biology and Operations/Supply Chain Management from Washington University in St Louis.
Max is currently working on his MPhil in Population Health at the University of Cambridge on a Marshall Scholarship. He previously earned a degree in Biochemistry from Montana State University.
Winston is an MD Candidate at Harvard Medical School. Previously, he pursued an undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology at Princeton University, where he graduated magna cum laude.
Maxwell graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College with a degree in Physics and Government. He now works at Dcode in Washington DC, where he applies his technical knowledge to connect the federal government with emerging technologies needed to solve critical problems.
Amalia completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan in Biology (Honors) where she graduated with High Distinction and Phi Beta Kappa. She is currently pursuing an MD/MBA at the University of Michigan and will apply into the field of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
“Michael's confidence in me along with his exceptional teaching ability has taken me from a student who believed learning chemistry was hopeless, to a student who has now discovered a new adoration for a subject. No matter how frustrated I would get with myself, Michael pushed me to reach my potential while accommodating every possible question I had along the way. Michael doesn't just teach you how to do a problem; he enables you to conceptualize the idea behind what you are learning and then apply it to various problems.”
Nicole Cook, Chemistry Student at Boston University
“I was having a difficult time in Chemistry II. In just four weekends studying with Michael, my academic performance significantly improved. With Michael’s guidance, I was able to learn and apply fundamentals and complex concepts of Chemistry II. He provided easy to understand explanations and persistently reviewed practice problems. He was relatable, understandable, and engaging. Michael went above and beyond, and I cannot recommend him enough! Thank you Michael and the team at Cambridge Coaching!”
Brittany, PharmD Candidate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
“Michael was the right man for the job. Organic Chem is difficult during the best of times, but during a pandemic and with an unbelievably tough professor, it can be overwhelming. My son clicked with Michael immediately and began to understand the concepts more clearly. Michael was dedicated and flexible. He gave Jordan the confidence to push through and the skills to succeed. We are so grateful to Michael for going above and beyond in every way. Thank you for another wonderful Cambridge Coaching experience!”
Wendi, Parent of Organic Chemistry Student