Miles grew up in upstate New York, in a mountain town with only one stoplight. After eighteen years of hiking and skiing across the Northeast, he attended Johns Hopkins, majoring in Chemical Engineering and Economics. He swam on the Varsity team and worked in an algae biofuels laboratory, trying to develop the next generation of green energy; he was named a Bloomberg Scholar for excellence in research. After Johns Hopkins, Miles worked for ExxonMobil in corporate strategy and pricing analytics. Currently, he is pursuing an M.B.A. at Columbia Business School, where he was named a Second Year Merit Fellow.
Miles has been tutoring for seven years across a variety of ages and subjects. His experience includes GMAT, GRE SAT, ACT, economics, statistics, mathematics, and business subjects. Miles has worked with students ranging in age from middle to graduate school and is currently a Teaching Assistant at Columbia Business School.
When he’s not tutoring or in class, Miles enjoys competing in triathlons, backcountry camping with his rescue puppy, and watching Survivor.