Anagha is from the lovely state of New Jersey, and was fortunate to stay there for her undergraduate education at Princeton University. She graduated in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Molecular Biology and minors in Ethnographic Studies as well as Global Health. She was also elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Society and received a Senior Thesis Award. Moving up north, Anagha is currently a student at Harvard Medical School. Her interests in health care include translational medicine, surgery, and pediatrics. She is especially passionate about advocating for underrepresented populations in biomedical research.
At Princeton, Anagha has served as a tutor and mentor for both high school students and college peers planning to attend medical school. She has extensive experience in test preparation, including SAT subjects tests and the MCAT. She approaches the MCAT as a massive reading comprehension test, and loves imparting strategies and skills to her students on how best to navigate the passages, question stems, and that pesky CARS section. For her, the best part of tutoring and mentorship is seeing students’ diverse passions shape their interests in the field.
In her free time, Anagha enjoys dancing, sailing, and indoor gardening.