Alex earned her BA in History from Brown University, and her MA in Science and Technology Studies from Oxford University, where she was a Baker Scholar. Currently, she is a Master's student at NYU's Institute of Fine Arts.
Logan is a med student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He graduated magna cum laude from Brown with a BS in Neuroscience. Previosly, he held positions at Brigham and Women's Hospital and the National Cancer Institute.
After graduating from Brown, Jack began working as a journalist in LA. His work has appeared in Newsweek, Salon, Fast Company, and LA Taco, and he won three California Journalism awards in 2021.
Joshua studied Computational Biology at Brown University. Now, he's an MD/PhD at NYU School of Medicine, where he researches how machine learning algorithms can build clinical decision support tools.
Emma is a JD candidate at Yale Law School. She holds a BA in Sociology from Brown, an MFA in Fiction from Southern New Hampshire University, and an MPhil in Social & Cultural Anthropology from Oxford, where she was a Rhodes Scholar.
Florene is a law student at Harvard Law School. Previously, she worked as strategy and operations consultant at Deloitte. She earned her BA in Political Science at Brown University.
Alix graduated from Brown with a BA in Performing Arts. After spending almost a decade in Canada, she moved to New York for an MFA in Playwriting at Columbia University. Her award-winning plays have been produced all over the world.
Joy is an MD/PhD candidate at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She earned a BS (Biochemistry, Molecular Biology) and BA (Anthropology) from Brown, and completed a postbacc fellowship at the National Cancer Institute.
Sarah graduated from Brown with a BA in History & International Relations. She currently attends the University of Hong Kong and the University of Pennsylvania, where she is a History PhD candidate.
Daniel is a contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine and author of 5 books of literary nonfiction. He holds an MFA in Fiction (Columbia University), and has taught at Saint Ann's School, Columbia University, and elsewhere.
Chris graduated with a dual degree in History and Mathematics from Brown University. After working as a History teacher in New York and Mathematics teacher in Providence, he is now a PhD student in Mathematics Education at Harvard.
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.
James earned his MD at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, his MPP at the Harvard Kennedy School, and his BS in Chemistry at Brown. He is an Emergency Medicine Resident at Boston University Medical Center.
Rebecca graduated from Brown University with a BS in Mathematical Science. She is currently a PhD candidate in Applied Physics at Harvard University's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Claire holds a BA in English Literature (Brown) and an MFA in Painting (New York Academy of Art). Since 2016, she has been teaching high school English Literature at BASIS Independent in Brooklyn.
Charlotte holds an MA in Hispanic Studies from Brown University and a BA in English and Spanish from Oxford University. She is a recipient of the Kossoff Prize for Leadership in Language Teaching.
Emily holds a BA in Philosophy, Psychology, and Linguistics (Tulane), an MA in Philosophy (Brown) and a PhD in Philosophy (Harvard). She is currently the Nancy Schaenen Endowed Visiting Scholar of Ethics at DePauw University.
Rana earned her BS in Biology and Molecular Biology at Brown, and then spent two years working in ovarian cancer research at Mass General Hospital. Currently, she is an MD student at Harvard Medical School.
Caroline joined Bain & Company full-time in 2013, and is now a Senior Associate Consultant in Bain's NY office. Before Bain, she interned at Goldman Sachs and in the US Senate, and earned her BA in Economics & Public Policy at Brown.