Mary completed her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University. She previously completed her MD at Harvard Medical School and her MPH at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Raphael attended Yale University, where he earned a BA in Musicology and graduated cum laude. After Yale, he completed a Masters of Music in Voice and Opera at McGill University, while tutoring math privately outside of his classical training.
Joe is pursuing his MS in Data Science at Harvard University. He recently graduated summa cum laude from the United States Military Academy at West Point, earning his BS in Mathematical Sciences along with a minor in Cybersecurity.
Will is now attending Stanford’s Graduate School of Business for his PhD, studying applications of machine learning, algorithms, and network science to problems in business. He previously double majored in computer science and mathematics at Caltech.
Ryan is currently finishing a PhD from MIT in Philosophy. During the next academic year, he will be a Visiting Scholar in Ethics of Technology at Phillips Academy at Andover, and a Research Affiliate at MIT in the Philosophy Department.
Michael graduated with honors from Swarthmore College with a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science. He next acquired a PhD in Computer Science at the University of Virginia, specializing in parallel and distributed systems. He completed his post-doctoral studies at the RENCI Supercomputing Center at UNC Chapel Hill.
Nadja graduated from The Dalton School early, moving on to earn her BA in Psychology at Yale University, cum laude. Nadja was recently selected as a Fulbright Scholar and will serve in Kenya as an English teacher for high school and university students.
Alexis is an MD Candidate at Harvard Medical School with a passion for teaching and helping others find what makes them thrive. She previously graduated summa cum laude from Vanderbilt University in 2019, where she received her BS in Neuroscience.
Sam graduated with a degree in Physics from Princeton University. After graduation, she taught physics at a high school in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She's currently pursuing her MFA in fiction at the Iowa Writers' Workshop.
Ubadah is a neuroscientist at MIT. He immigrated to the US and started community college when he was 16 years old. After spending three years there, he transferred to the University of Missouri, where he earned his BS in Biology. Ubadah then earned his PhD in Translational Biology, Medicine, and Health at Virginia Tech.
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