Stephanie has always been drawn to forming connections with people, whether it’s through helping patients as a future physician, conducting interviews for her sociology research, or building relationships with students. Stephanie majored in Sociology at Harvard and graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. Her thesis on the health of detained and deported immigrants received the Hoopes Prize and the Fulton Prize for Best Thesis in Sociology. She is currently a medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Stephanie has been tutoring students in test preparation for over six years. At Cambridge Coaching, Stephanie’s strengths include helping students prepare for the SAT and the MCAT. Stephanie also has extensive experience mentoring high school, college, and medical students, and led a tutoring and mentoring program at a juvenile detention center in Boston.
In her free time, Stephanie loves exploring New York City, reading in the park, and volunteering at the free clinic.