Elizabeth was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY in a Russian-speaking family. She later attended Stuyvesant High School in New York City, graduating with an Advanced Regents Diploma and becoming a National AP Scholar. Elizabeth went on to earn her BA in Molecular Biology and a Certificate in Finance at Princeton University. She is currently a third year medical student at Weill Cornell Medical College on her clinical rotations.
Elizabeth has been involved in mentorship and tutoring programs for several years, including serving as an undergraduate course assistant for one of Princeton’s physics courses, mentoring premedical students as a Peer Academic Advisors, and serving as a lecturer for the Weill Cornell Youth Scholars Program, a summer series for high school students interested in medicine. She has also started a volunteer tutoring initiative with her classmates at Weill Cornell in the wake of the educational disruptions due to COVID-19. Her main priorities include motivating her MCAT students to reach their goals and developing detailed lesson plans to meet students’ individual needs. At Cambridge Coaching, Elizabeth specializes in the MCAT and the medical school admissions process.
In her spare time, Elizabeth enjoys juggling, ballroom dancing, and baking everything that catches her eye on the internet.