Patricia holds a BA in French and Anthropology from Hunter College and a PhD in French Literature from CUNY Graduate Center. She has taught French at Fordham University, Hunter College, and The New School.
Jessie studied biochemistry and psychology at Tufts University, earning a 4.0 GPA (Phi Beta Kappa) and several awards for her leadership in the Chemistry Department. She is currently in her fourth year at Harvard Medical School and is pursuing a residency in Orthopaedic Surgery.
Jordan is a second-year PhD student in Harvard's Clinical Psychology program. She previously earned her BS from Vanderbilt, where she majored in Cognitive Science and Educational Studies, with a minor in Spanish.
Yooni graduated from Harvard College with a double concentration in computer science and psychology. She has interned primarily as a front-end developer intern at several companies in the past.
Kaiz graduated from Williams College, where he pursued a dual major in biology and psychology. He is currently pursuing his MD at Harvard Medical School.
Kyra is currently pursuing an LLM in International Law at SOAS, University of London as a Marshall Scholar. She graduated from Stanford University with a BA in History, Phi Beta Kappa with honors, and a minor in Human Rights.
Ann graduated from UC Berkeley with two degrees, one in Molecular and Cell Biology and the other in Music. They're currently pursuing a PhD in Biology at Johns Hopkins.
Hawthorne graduated summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania in 2021, where she majored in English and Political Science. She next received her Master’s from Cambridge University in Politics and International Studies.
Colin attended New York University, where he earned a BA in French (magna cum laude) and an MA in French Studies (cum laude). He then went on to study at Brooklyn College, where he received an MSEd (Special Education - summa cum laude). He is a former middle school special education teacher and department head in the New York City school system.
Ephraim graduated summa cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis, where he was selected as a Barry Goldwater Scholar, BP-ENDURE scholar, and regional finalist for the Rhodes Scholarship. He is currently an MD Candidate at Harvard Medical School.
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