Justin hails from the suburbs of Boston, and earned his undergraduate degree from Boston College, with a major in math and a minor in computer science. After college, he worked for a number of years as a web developer, working for BiddingForGood (a startup that does online auctions for non-profits) and TripAdvisor. He moved down to New York City in 2013, and is currently in his 2nd year of the MBA program at NYU, where he focuses on social innovation, entrepreneurship, and product management. Aside from his coursework, he currently does digital analytics work for a non-profit.
Justin has been tutoring off and on for the past 10 years, on both a paid and volunteer basis. He has worked with students ranging from elementary school to graduate school, teaching a variety of topics from math to history and computer science. Recently, he has primarily focused most of his tutoring work on preparing students for the GMAT. He enjoys working with students one-on-one and finding the best way for them to understand and retain each lesson in the way that works best for them.
In his spare time, Justin enjoys rooting for Boston sports teams, exploring New York via subway and bike, checking out an occasional comedy show, and reading the random biography or novel.