Izzy graduated from Princeton University with a major in Chemical & Biological Engineering, and minors in Statistics & Machine Learning and Creative Writing (specializing in poetry). While at Princeton, she was awarded the Shapiro Prize for Academic Excellence, which is given to the top 3% of the class, in addition to a number of research awards and fellowships. Although her major was chemical engineering, she gravitated towards her statistics minor, and is now pursuing a PhD in Biostatistics at Harvard University. As part of her research, she develops statistical methods to analyze genomics data for cancer and other medical applications.
Izzy has been tutoring a wide range of subject material and student populations for over 8 years. She specializes in statistics courses of all levels, from introductory statistics to PhD courses. She has worked with students of all ages, from middle and high school to undergraduate and graduate students, and even adult learners returning to school later in life.
In her free time, Izzy loves to read. She is also an avid hiker, and is working on the 48 4,000-footers in the White Mountains.