Sherman grew up in the Washington D.C. area performing biomedical research at the NIH and attending computer science magnet programs. He then left for sunny California to attend Stanford where he earned a B.S. in Computer Science and M.S. in Management Science & Engineering. Inspired by his experiences as a Kleiner Perkins Engineering Fellow and as a co-founder of a healthcare innovation group (shift.stanford.edu), he moved to Boston to work as a product manager at PatientPing to launch care coordination products across health systems and hospitals.
At Stanford, he supported the instruction of 1000+ students over 10 quarters of teaching as a student lecturer and course assistant in the computer science department. In addition to privately tutoring mathematics, biology, and test prep, he was also a lead peer tutor for Stanford's general and organic chemistry courses.
Outside of work, you can find Sherman playing basketball in Cambridge and writing on matters of faith, healthcare, product management, and entrepreneurship on his blog.