Originally from the United States, Daniel spent his elementary and high school days in Zambia and Kenya. He returned to the United States to attend Harvard University, graduating Phi Beta Kappa with a degree in psychology. He is now an M.D. candidate at Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons.
Daniel has been tutoring and teaching for several years. Daniel tutored general chemistry and organic chemistry for fellow students while at Harvard and was a Peer Tutoring Fellow his senior year. He has worked previously as a tutor for middle and high schoolers who recently moved to the United States in New York City and currently teaches high school biology for Columbia University’s State College Preparatory program. Daniel is happy to work with students at all levels striving to master concepts in chemistry, biology, and psychology.
Outside of medical school and teaching, Daniel enjoys playing rugby, running along the Hudson, and exploring New York City’s diverse culinary offerings.