Udodiri is a PhD Candidate in History of Science at Harvard University; she previously earned a BA in the same field at Harvard College. Her honors thesis on the biomedicalization of Civil Rights Protest in the 1960s and 1970s received the Thomas T. Hoopes Prize.
Greg graduated with a double major in Physics and Math from Harvard (summa cum laude). He is now pursuing a PhD in Math at MIT, where his research focuses on the interaction between geometry and physics.
Ben is a PhD student in Economics at UC Berkeley. Prior to grad school, he earned a BA in Applied Mathematics from Harvard and worked for two years as a predoctoral fellow in the Harvard Economics department.
Imelme holds a BA in African American Studies and Government (Harvard), a JD (Harvard Law) and an MA in Public Policy (Harvard Kennedy School of Government). She is now clerking for a federal appellate judge in Washington DC.
Joyce is currently an MD candidate at Harvard Medical School. She also graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a BA in Anthropology from Harvard, where her thesis won the Thomas T. Hoopes Prize.
MG is a PhD candidate at Harvard University, where she studies the relationship between literature, psychology, and ethical development. Previously, she earned her EdM in Language & Literacy (Harvard Graduate School of Education).