William is a PhD candidate at NYU, writing a dissertation on the philosophy of logic. He previously majored in political science and film production at the Macaulay Honors Program at Brooklyn College, he. His thesis film, “Sugar Packet”, was selected to screen at the Brooklyn Academy of Music and won two awards.
Jim graduated from St Andrews with first-class honors in History and Theology. After working for the Federalist Society, he's now pursuing an MPhil in Theology at the University of Oxford.
Ben majored in Biology and concentrated in Neuroscience at Williams College. After working in psychiatry research at Massachusetts General Hospital, he's now pursuing an MD at Harvard Medical School.
Harry graduated from WashU with an Economics and Mathematics double major. After working at the National Bureau of Economic Research, Harry began his PhD in Economics at NYU Stern School of Business.
Andre earned his BA in Integrative Biology and Human Evolutionary Biology from Harvard, where he was on the Men's Rowing Team. After two years conducting research at UC San Francisco, he is now an MD student at Harvard Medical School.
Brian is a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar at Columbia Law School. He earned his Bachelor's in Mathematical Economics from Yeshiva University, where he graduated summa sum laude and received the Biblical Joseph Prize for Economics.
Dan is a PhD student in Mathematics at Ohio State University. He attended Bard College and graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Mathematics and a minor in Physics.
Dov holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics from Rutgers (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kapa) and a MEng from MIT in Advanced Manufacturing and Design. He works for Raytheon Company as a Manufacturing Engineer.
Julia holds a BA from Princeton University in English Literature, with certificates in Theater and Music Theater. Her thesis won the Alan Downer prize for research in English and drama. Currently, she works in theatrical costuming.
Bassel received an MS in Civil Engineering from MIT and a BS in Engineering from Harvard. He has taught college courses on topics ranging from probability and statistics to modern history.