Jeremy grew up in snowy Madison, Wisconsin where they grew up ski racing (including in the Junior Olympics) and binge watching “That 70’s Show” (set in WI). Jeremy left Wisconsin for Duke University for undergrad. They studied Cultural Anthropology with a minor in Global Health. They graduated with honors and wrote their thesis on pediatric transgender healthcare. While not in the library, they served on Duke Student Government, led the 80-person ski team (yes, in North Carolina), and ran undergraduate dinner discussions at professors’ houses.
Jeremy scored in the 99th percentile on the MCAT, launching them into their MD-PhD program in Medical Anthropology at UC-San Francisco and UC-Berkeley, where they continue to study trans health. In teaching and designing lesson plans for students in Kolkata, India, as well as working as a ski instructor for people with disabilities, Jeremy has learned to help students from all backgrounds reach their goals. At Cambridge Coaching, Jeremy uses the skills they learned from this teaching to craft specialized lesson plans to match individual students’ learning styles. They believe in understanding concepts and test skills rather than solely memorization. Jeremy is a strong communicator and looks forward to incorporating student feedback to improve students’ learning.
When Jeremy isn’t studying medicine or reading ethnographies, they enjoy exploring California’s mountains, whether that’s hiking, skiing, or camping. They also are a self-proclaimed foodie; compare favorite foods with them!