Linda has 36 years of classroom experience. She taught English at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School; started a small school, the Social Justice Academy, in Boston; taught Composition and Research to college students in Missouri (Stephens) and Massachusetts (Bentley); and helped lead the John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science to its number 5 state-wide ranking.
Benjy graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Harvard College, where he majored in English, acquired Language Citations in Spanish and German, and minored in Music. He is passionate about making classical music and opera accessible, and is currently based in Amsterdam, working as a conductor and musical artist between Europe and the United States.
Kanan attended Yale University, where she earned a BS Intensive Degree in Molecular/Cellular Biology. Kanan completed medical school in three years through acceptance into NYU’s highly selective accelerated-MD program. She is now a resident physician with the NYU Langone Hospital System.
Brittany attended Colby College, where she majored in chemistry and minored in mathematics. Brittany then received her MS in organic chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania. She went on to receive a PharmD at Jefferson College of Pharmacy. Brittany then completed two years of pharmacy residency in the hospital setting, with the second year specializing in internal medicine. Brittany currently plays an active role in the hospital patient care team as a clinical pharmacist.
Neal is a graduate of NYU, where he earned his BS in Computer Science. At NYU, Neal was a member of their NCAA Division 1 Fencing Team, and served as President for their Mathematical Finance Group and Deputy Head of Model United Nations.
Baoqing was born and raised in Beijing, where she graduated from Beijing Language and Culture University with a BA in English, before moving to the US in 2014. In the US, Baoqing taught at the Western Michigan University before getting her MA in teaching Chinese at University of Massachusetts Amherst. Baoqing is currently a lecturer of Chinese at Boston University.
Roland is an award-winning author and illustrator. His biography of Arthur Ransome won a Jerwood Award from the Royal Society of Literature and the HW Fischer Prize from the Biographer’s Club. His illustrations for Lev Grossman’s best-selling Magicians trilogy were published in the New Yorker. Roland is currently writing and illustrating a series of novels for children.
Nate earned a triple major in Biochemistry, Cognitive Sciences, and Psychology at Rice University, his MD/PhD at Georgetown University, and his PhD in Neuroscience at the National Institutes of Health. He is now starting his neurology residency at Stanford.
Sneha studied Microbiology at Ohio State, minoring in French in order to combine her passions for the sciences and humanities. She's currently pursuing her MD/MS at NYU's Grossman School of Medicine.
After graduating from USC with a BS in Business Administration and working in the tech and education industries for several years, Hayden is now pursuing his MBA at the Yale School of Management.
Avery holds a BA in Public Policy & Global Health from Duke, and an MPH from Johns Hopkins. After working for Clinton Health Access Initiative, she's now earning her MBA at the University of Michigan.
Shara is an MA student in Jewish Gender and Women's Studies at the Jewish Theological Seminary. She holds a BA in Theatre from Northwestern with minors in Creative Writing and Gender and Sexuality Studies (summa cum laude).
Keating earned his BA in Classics (Columbia), as well as his MA and PhD in Classical Philology (Harvard). He is a nine-time winner of Harvard's Certificate of Distinction in Teaching.
Stephen attended the University of Notre Dame on a full scholarship as a Joyce Scholar, and earned his BS in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Bioengineering. He is currently an MD candidate at UPenn.
Sarah received her BA in Neuroscience and Behavior from Wesleyan University. She is currently a Neuroscience PhD student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Hannah earned a BA in Integrative Biology and Public Health (summa cum laude) and an MPH in Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology from UC Berkeley. She is now an MD student at UC San Francisco.
Rex is an MD student at UCSF School of Medicine. He graduated summa cum laude from UCLA in 2019 with a Bachelor's in Neuroscience and a minor in Biomedical Research.
Pooja earned her BS in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and her MS in Engineering Management from UW-Madison. Most recently, she ran a corporate-backed accelerator for insurance-focused startups.
Brielle earned her Bachelor's in Psychology and minored in Chemistry at CUNY Brookyln. She is currently an MD candidate at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and plans to pursue a residency in Psychiatry.
Beth graduated magna cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis with a BA in Philosophy, Neuroscience, and Psychology. She is currently an MD candidate at Boston University School of Medicine.
Arpit is a PhD student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He earned his bachelor's in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Connecticut, where he graduated with Honors.
Courtney holds a BHA in Art and Anthropology from Carnegie Mellon and an MPhil in Social & Cultural Anthropology from Oxford, where she was a Rhodes Scholar. She is now a PhD student in Social Anthropology at Harvard.
Kenneth graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Harvard with a BA in Chemistry and Physics and a secondary in Statistics. After pursuing research, he is now a PhD student in Physics at Harvard.
Mike is a Nuclear Science and Engineering PhD student at at MIT. He graduated from Missouri S&T with a major in Nuclear Engineering, and a minor in Mathematics & Material Sciences.
Rahima earned a BA from UPenn (summa cum laude), and an MBA and MPH in Global Health from Harvard as a Zuckerman Fellow. She has lived and worked in 7 countries, and now works for the US Agency for International Development.
Glenda attended Boston University for undergraduate and graduate studies, with a double concentration in Hispanic Language and Literature and Latin American Studies. She has taught at Harvard University since 2009.