Erin grew up in New York City, where she greatly enjoyed exploring the nooks and crannies of the five boroughs. After high school, she moved to Boston, where she graduated from Harvard College with a major in molecular cellular biology and minor in computer science. She pursued various research topics in college, ranging from synthetic biology to studying the effects of sleep loss on concentration. Erin is currently a medical student at Boston University School of Medicine.
Erin first began tutoring in high school, preparing students for a variety of standardized tests such as the SAT and AP exams. In college, she tutored fellow classmates on course materials, as well as continuing standardized testing prep for pre-college students. Erin has worked with students of all ages of diverse backgrounds, from elementary students to young working professionals. Erin is especially passionate about teaching subjects in biology, as it has been her favorite subject since high school. Having scored in the 99th percentile of the MCAT, she is also incredibly effective at preparing her students for their own test day.
In her free time, Erin enjoys finding the best dessert spots in Boston and trying new recipes.