Connie grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah, loving the mountains in her backyard and powdery snow each winter. She moved to the northeast to attend Harvard where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude with a BA in neurobiology and a secondary in global health and health policy. After college, Connie spent a year at the University of Oxford, earning a masters degree in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation. There, she researched the effectiveness of self-management programs for adolescents with chronic conditions. Connie is currently a medical student at Harvard Medical School, where she researches dermatology and cancer.
Connie has a wide range of tutoring experiences, ranging from high school summer science camps, to college-level biology, to medical school admissions. Her particular strengths are in biology, chemistry, and college/medical school admissions. She loves working with students, learning about their stories, and helping them achieve their goals.
Outside of academics, Connie likes to cook and bake—really anything that has to do with food. She also loves to run along the Esplanade and play the piano.