Brendon was born in Syracuse, NY, and lived five years in Memphis, TN before spending the rest of his childhood in beautiful Charleston, SC. At Cornell, his wide-ranging interests led him to unique paths both in and outside the classroom. In addition to being a tour guide, president of his class and his social fraternity, and helping to develop a financial sustainability plan for a nonprofit startup, he double-majored in biology and economics and minored in health policy. Particularly interested in the economics of healthcare markets and their implications on patient health and access to care, he’s been working in management consulting at Deloitte in the healthcare and life sciences spaces. He is currently a Master of Public Health candidate at Johns Hopkins.
Brendon has experience as a tutor of middle, high school, and college students, and also served as a TA during his time at Cornell. Brendon mainly tutors the GRE, GMAT, and ACT at Cambridge Coaching, though also deeply enjoys tutoring high school students in biology, economics, econometrics, and statistics.
Outside of work and study, Brendon is an avid fan of the New York Giants, New York Yankees, and Memphis Grizzlies, and loves to travel to new countries (he’s visited over 40 to this point). He runs 15—20 miles a week and has a half-marathon under his belt.