Josie grew up in the beautiful countryside of Vermont. She attended Amherst College where she majored in Economics and Environmental Studies and graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. She was awarded the James R. Nelson Prize for her health economics senior thesis. While at Amherst, she played for the women’s ice hockey team, which won two national championships during her tenure, and was a Resident Counselor, overseeing upperclassmen dorms. After graduating, Josie went to work as a research assistant for two health economists at the Harvard School of Public Health. She is currently an MD candidate at Harvard Medical School.
Josie briefly flirted with the idea of a teaching career after serving as a teaching assistant for several Economics courses at Amherst and volunteering as a tutor at a charter school in Boston. Although she settled on a career in medicine, Josie continues to pursue her interest in teaching at Cambridge Coaching working as an MCAT and Economics tutor.
In her free time, Josie likes to cook, read, and travel and tries to spend as much time outside as possible with her dog. Most often, you will find her running, biking, cross-country skiing, telemark skiing, and hiking. She also continues to play ice hockey, lacrosse, and tennis, and she coaches youth soccer.