Colin’s first lesson in physics involved collecting rocks on the beach and putting so many in his pockets that his pants couldn’t stay up. From this strong foundation, Colin attended Middlebury College and majored in Physics with minors in Mathematics and Economics and graduated summa cum laude. He wrote his senior thesis on the construction of a two-photon laser scanning microscope and was awarded the Robert K. Gould prize in Physics for his work. After school, he spent three years working at The Brattle Group, an economic consulting firm in Boston, MA where he worked in the electricity sector on a variety of topics, specializing in power market simulations. From there, he has spent the last two years at a dual MBA-MS program at the Sloan School of Management at MIT, studying business and Operations Research and writing his thesis about his work with Nike’s supply chain analytics teams.
Colin has been tutoring his peers since high school. At Middlebury, he worked for three years leading office hours for introductory math, chemistry and physics classes. He was also a teaching laboratory assistant for several semesters. Since then, he has helped friends think about MBA recruiting, which schools would be right for them, and how to craft their stories.
On nicer days, you’ll find Colin running on the local trails, and on the not so nice days hoping for fresh powder to get a few turns in.