Miriam received her BA in English Literature at the University of Rochester in upstate NY and her MA in Secondary Education from NYU. She spent 10 years living in Panama as an educator, business manager, journalist/travel writer, and singer; she also authored The Living Abroad in Panama book, a guide for expats published by Moon Travel.
Emily is a PhD candidate at Harvard University in the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology. Currently, she is being funded by the National Science Foundation to research conditions in which the gut microbiome may behave in a way that is adaptive to the host. Prior to graduate school, Emily graduated from Harvard College cum laude with a degree in Human Evolutionary Biology and minor in Chemistry.
Joan started radiology research at Northwestern while she was still in high school, and went on to earn her BA in Biology from Emory (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa). She is an MD/PhD at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Rocco is an MD candidate at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He earned his BA in Engineering Sciences with a minor in Spanish from Dartmouth (Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude).
Sarah graduated from Brown with a BA in History & International Relations. She holds a PhD in History from the University of Hong Kong and the University of Pennsylvania.
Anagha graduated from Princeton University with a BA in Molecular Biology and a minor in Ethnographic Studies and Global Health. Currently, she is a med student at Harvard Medical School.
Rhea is currently a Rhodes Scholar working on an MPhil in Islamic Art and Archaeology At Oxford. She earned her BA in Archaeology and Middle East Studies at Brown, and was the recipient of the E.J.A. Arnold Archaeological Fellowship.
Eliza majored in English and won several awards for her academic work at Bard College. She is now a PhD candidate in English at Harvard, where she studies nineteenth-century literature and the history of the novel.
Emily is a PhD candidate in French Literature at Harvard. Before grad school, she spent a year teaching English in France, and earned her BA in French & Francophone Studies at Carleton College (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa).