Radhe attended Columbia University, where she studied Chemical Engineering and Political Science. She was recognized as an American Chemical Society’s Society of Chemical Industry (ACS-SCI) scholar in 2015. After graduating, Radhe was selected as a New York City Urban Fellow and completed her fellowship year at the Department of Education, before transitioning to City Hall to be a health policy staffer for Mayor Bill de Blasio. Radhe then attended Harvard Law School, where she was on the Law Review. Radhe also studied at the Kennedy School and Business School while at Harvard Law School. She graduated with her JD in 2020 and currently works in litigation.
Radhe has been tutoring for almost a decade and has experience tutoring students in standardized test preparation, college/grad school admissions preparation, legal studies, math, and science. She has been recruited by Model United Nations programs in China to coach students in Beijing on public speaking and UN diplomacy, a program which culminated in her chairing a committee for an international Model United Nations conference—so she is comfortable with students of all backgrounds, ages, and learning styles. She’s especially excited to help students from a variety of backgrounds craft application narratives for graduate programs that reflect a change in trajectory, having been there as a STEM-to-Law person herself. Radhe is also excited to work with students who are interested in the intersection of law and business or law and policy.