Alec attended Carnegie Mellon for his undergraduate education where he received a B.S. in Business Administration. In his final year of undergrad, he stumbled upon Freud and Marx, inspiring an abrupt change of course. Alec then spent the next year starting and finishing a B.A. in Philosophy at CMU. After he finally left CMU, Alec continued on to UChicago in order to pursue an M.A. in the Humanities. There, he focused on social and political theory, specializing in issues in meta-ethics and analytical jurisprudence. After finishing at CMU, Alec began working as legal analyst at the World Bank Group’s Integrity Vice Presidency, investigating and litigating allegations of fraud and corruption on World Bank projects. He is presently a J.D. candidate at NYU Law.
Alec enjoys discussing a variety of philosophical themes. In addition to his interest in social and political philosophy, Alec has tutored introduction to philosophy and philosophy of mind. In law school, he is particularly interested in contracts and torts. Lastly, Alec has worked with unemployed and homeless veterans, designing and directing personal and professional development workshops. At Cambridge Coaching, Alec specializes in SAT, philosophy, and legal studies tutoring.
When off duty, Alec enjoys reading fiction, swimming, and running. Also, as much as possible, he nurtures a long-lasting love for Hip-Hop, Jazz, and New Orleans R&B.