Marc is from Westchester, NY and he continually laments not having grown up in New York City. Marc attended Cornell University where he became acquainted with every library the campus had to offer. He graduated with a B.S. in Industrial Labor Relations and a minor in Economics with honors. During his time at Cornell, Marc was published by both the Roosevelt Institute National Journal and the Cornell HR Review. Marc is currently enrolled at NYU and is pursuing an M.A in Economics; that he means he has taken more than 50 credits in! He also currently writes for Global Finance Magazine as a part-time contributor.
Marc has worked as a tutor for students of all ages and learning abilities. He is currently a teaching assistant at NYU for a class in Urban Economics of more than 200 students. Marc focuses on tutoring in Economics and Math. These topics include both introduction, intermediate, and advanced courses. While Marc has worked most recently with college students, he was spent significant time tutoring middle school and high school students.
Apart from academics and work, Marc enjoys making regular trips to the gym and strolling around New York City with his puppy. He also enjoys cooking different cuisines and relaxing with either a good book or some Netflix.