After growing up in Sharon, Massachusetts, Harry traveled to St. Louis for his undergraduate studies at Washington University. He graduated from WashU with an economics and mathematics double major, and was awarded magna cum laude with Highest Distinction in Economics. He then spent two years at the National Bureau of Economic Research, where he worked in behavioral economics and household finance. Harry is now a PhD student and NSF graduate fellow in economics at the NYU Stern School of Business, where he researches topics in labor economics, public finance, and behavioral economics.
Harry has over five years of tutoring and teaching assistant experience. He has worked with students studying economics, mathematics, statistics, and computer science. He is also a very experienced standadized test pre tutor. Harry enjoys mentoring students and helping them develop confidence in their quantitative abilities.
When not geeking out on economics, Harry can be found playing tennis, improving his chess game, and enjoying the food NYC has to offer.