While a student at Harvard University, I completed a BS in Biomedical Engineering, and an MS in Biomedical Engineering. My research throughout college included designing medical devices for dialysis patients, new filtration systems for biological fluid disposal, and focused ultrasound work for chemical treatment and biological applications. I dedicated much of my time serving as Statistician for the Harvard Varsity Football Team and Chairman of the Institute of Politics Fellows Selection Committee, among others. In addition, I co-founded American Aptitude, a non-profit, non-partisan group dedicated to improving and promoting civic education throughout the United States. I spent 2013-2014 in India as a Fulbright Scholar designing low-cost medical devices and working on public health projects. I have also worked as a management consultant at The Boston Consulting Group. At Cambridge, I have worked to develop a device to deliver medicines to breastfeeding infants, which I hope will improve access to quality, affordable healthcare solutions worldwide.