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2005 - Present Jefferson Medical College
Doctor of Medicine
Philadelphia, PA
  • Expected graduation: June 2010.
  • Class Liaison, Human Form & Development; Student Representative, First Year Steering Committee.
  • Treasurer, JMC Student Council; Treasurer, Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA); Treasurer, American Medical Student Association (AMSA); and Committee Chair for Medical Education, AMSA.
  • Member, American Medical Association (AMA); Student Interviewer, JMC Admissions; Tour Guide, Jeff Ambassadors; and Clown, Clowns for Medicine.
2003 - 2005 University of Pennsylvania
Post-baccalaureate Program in Pre-health Sciences
Philadelphia, PA
  • Completed academic requirements necessary to apply to medical school.
  • Coursework includes: Cell Biology & Biochemistry; Immunology; Chemistry of the Brain; Organic Chemistry I & II; Organic Chemistry Lab; Vertebrate Physiology; Clinical Research in Emergency Medicine II; Molecular Biology & Genetics; Animal Behavior; Health Care Systems; and Comparative Healthcare Systems.
  • Conducted research in both the Pulmonary Imaging Group with Dr. Richard Schwab, MD and the McKay Orthopaedic Research Laboratory with Dr. Robert Pignolo, MD, PhD.
  • Taught MCAT classes for Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions.
  • Founder and Chair Emeritus of the Post-baccalaureate Pre-health Society (PPS), a student group created to foster social cohesiveness and continuity within the student body.
University of Pennsylvania
Master of Science in Biotechnology
Philadelphia, PA
1995 - 
University of Pennsylvania
Bachelor of Science in Engineering / Bioengineering
Philadelphia, PA
Summer 1994 Harvard University
Harvard Summer School
Cambridge, MA
  • Took two summer session classes through the Secondary School Program: Expository Writing and Biomedical Ethics.
1992 - 
Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School
High School Diploma
Bloomfield Hills, MI
  • Inducted into the Cum Laude Society with a cumulative 3.9 GPA.
  • Residential Advisor in the boys' dormitory; President, Gold Key Admissions Tour Guides; Senior Representative, Conduct Review Board; and Vice President, Student Council.

Employment History

2005 - Present Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions
Teacher and Tutor, MCAT Physical Sciences and Biological Sciences
Philadelphia, PA
  • Taught students content and Kaplan strategies as applied to the Physical Sciences and Biological Sciences sections of the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT).
2004 - 2005 Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department of Medicine - Center for Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology
Research Specialist for Dr. Richard Schwab, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine
Philadelphia, PA
  • Characterized the upper airway anatomy of patients with sleep apnea.
  • Used highly specialized image analysis software (VIDA) to quantify and reconstruct three-dimensional models of soft tissues within the upper airway from an MRI series.
  • Published an abstract entitled, “Gender Differences in Normals and Apneics in the Volume of the Upper Airway and Surrounding Soft Tissue Structures” in SLEEP and presented the research at the 2005 Associated Professional Sleep Societies conference.
  • Devised protocols for the determination of total body fat in normal and genetically obese mice using series of sagittal and axial MRI images.
  • Acted as the Research Coordinator for studies of  twins. Duties included scheduling patients for MRI studies and blood draws as well as walking them through the protocol, monitoring the status of paperwork in order to make sure it was all completed, and kept track of budget and patient payment status.
  • Developed long-term strategic hardware and software plans for the continuation of lab processes.
  • Hired and trained technicians in the anatomy and analysis protocols associated with our studies.
Summer 2004 Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs
Experience the Majors at the University of Pennsylvania
Instructor, Engineering
Philadelphia, PA
  • Developed the curriculum for the Engineering major, an overview of the different areas of engineering.
  • Taught the class to a dozen high school students from around the world.
  • Hired guest speakers to add industry, academic, and research perspectives to the class.
2004 Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department of Medicine - Renal, Electrolyte, and Hypertension Division
Research Assistant for Dr. Sylvia Rosas, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine
Philadelphia, PA
  • Coordinated a clinical study among five dialysis units, a group of social workers, and the General Clinical Research Center in order to determine the relationship between end-stage renal disease and heart disease.
  • Identified, consented, and enrolled patients; scheduled blood draws and EBCT scans; and managed follow-up phone calls.
  • Improved and updated existing Microsoft Access databases, forms, and queries.
2002 - 2003 Synygy Pharma, Inc.
Associate Business Analyst, Client Services
Conshohocken, PA
  • Worked with Incentive Analysts at Schering-Plough to use Synygy's proprietary incentive compensation software to process incentive payments for pharmaceutical sales representatives.

  • Created and managed the incentive plans and processed monthly incentives for a field force of 100 people.

  • Maintained the Incentive Compensation Calculations portion of the processing system developed in Synygy Compensation v. 9.0 for the entire project encompassing nearly 4000 salespeople and $10M in monthly incentives.

  • Performed ad-hoc analyses and modeling for the client's Incentive Analysts regarding exception cases, projections, and historical data.

  • Developed calculation templates in Excel using multiple functions and macros.

2000 - 2001 PricewaterhouseCoopers, Management Consulting Services
Consultant (Human Resources Data Warehousing)
New York, NY
  • Directed the system and integration test of an online benefits enrollment system and Plumtree portal for a leading pharmaceutical manufacturer.  Coordinated testing among nearly 100 people from five different client groups and an independently contracted customer service company.  Concurrently tested an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) phone system to be used as an alternate method to access the benefits enrollment databases.  Developed scenarios and scripts to test the systems based on design and functional specifications.  Verified the functionality of SiteMinder system access definitions.

  • Managed the design, development, testing, documentation, and migration of the client/server reporting solution for a human resources data warehouse designed to determine employee headcount at a top financial services company.  Developed over 60 reports in Cognos Impromptu 5.0.  Made appropriate changes to the Cognos catalog in order to improve report functionality.  Researched data quality issues related to data mappings and transformations from the source systems (PeopleSoft 7.5 and two legacy systems).  Created and updated Informatica mappings for the staging and dimension tables of a star schema.  Engaged in the QA and testing processes to validate the functionality of the mappings.

  • Trained end-users in the use of employee portals and data warehouse reporting systems.  Led classroom instruction and created documentation based on specifications and hands-on experience.

  • Performed as part of a technical solutions team of 20 consultants to test, debug, and implement a laptop scouting module linked to a Microsoft Access database capable of displaying, recording, updating, sending, and synchronizing data with a centralized database for a professional sports league.

  • Designed and developed batch and on-line Java programs including unit test plans using the PwC Consulting system development methodology. Participated in the system test of on-line and batch applications. Employed Java, SQL (for ORACLE8 database access), UNIX fundamentals, and a graphical user interface (GUI) Java development tool to develop an on-line client/server application.

  • Implemented HTML, JavaScript, XML, CORBA, servlets, Enterprise Java Beans, and ATG’s Dynamo in an online e-commerce project involving dynamic updates of ‘shopping cart’ information, available stock, and price calculations.
  • Engaged in undergraduate recruiting activities of all forms: Made presentations and answered questions at on-campus information sessions; pre-screened candidates and evaluated resumes at career fairs; and evaluated candidates during on-site interviews.
1998 - 
Journal of Young Investigators, Inc. (JYI)
President and Chief Executive Officer, 1999
  • Oversaw a staff of approximately 40 undergraduates from across the country representing 30 institutions (including Penn, Duke, Stanford, CalTech, Harvard, Northwestern, and Georgetown).
  • Developed critical marketing, financial, business, and recruiting strategies to strengthen the organization's position as the eminent undergraduate research journal.
  • Installed the infrastructure necessary for long-term growth and viability including: creating the JYI Bylaws; incorporating to reduce personal liability; filing for IRS tax code 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit status; delineating individual responsibilities by office/position; and instituting file naming conventions for the website.
  • Created programs to: webcast Sigma Xi's 1999 Forum: "Reshaping Undergraduate Science and Engineering Education" and conduct a presentation on "Innovative Science Education"; establish a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) in scientific communication; and hold the Third Annual JYI Editorial Staff Conference.
  • Directed the submission of one successful NSF grant proposal (#PHY-9815504).
  • Coordinated an open, national search for a new Editor in Chief, Chief Technical Officer, Director of Public Relations, and Science News Section Editor.
  • Edited, evaluated, and made recommendations on submitted papers for inclusion in the tri-annual publication.
  • Led the paper and staff recruiting effort at the University of Pennsylvania and other Philadelphia-area institutions.
1998 - 
Cytometrics, Inc.
Engineering Associate
Finance and Marketing Department Assistant
Philadelphia, PA
  • Processed data using various image analysis algorithms.
  • Developed, coordinated, and analyzed data from an experiment dealing with contact forces.
  • Maintained and developed the corporate Website (http://www.cytometrics.com/).
  • Trained people in basic HTML programming in order to create internal web pages and do simple maintenance on the corporate Website.
  • Responsible for the accounts payable cycle including vendor payment, purchase order requisition, and invoice matching using Solomon IV accounting software.
  • Wrote and revised internal standard operating procedures.
Dr. Peter W. Scherer, MD, PhD
Department of Bioengineering, University of Pennsylvania
Teaching Assistant for BE-324 (Chemical Basis of Bioengineering II)
Philadelphia, PA
  • Instructed a weekly recitation and held office hours for junior-level students.
  • Conducted review sessions before each of the three major exams.
  • Graded weekly homework assignments.
1995 - 
The National Center on Adult Literacy
Research Assistant
Philadelphia, PA
  • Maintained databases and the company's website (http://ncal.literacy.upenn.edu/).
  • Copy edited manuscripts for various in-house and external publications.
  • Collected data for a study on reading acquisition capabilities of non-high school graduates.
1993 & 1995
Dr. Fernando C. Kiok, MD, PC
Secretarial Assistant
Sandusky, MI
  • Observed patient care practices in the clinical environment.
  • Billed medical insurance companies for services rendered.
1992 - 
Mrs. Judy Keck
Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School
School Bookstore Manager
Bloomfield Hills, MI
  • Supervised student shifts throughout the school day.
  • Responsible for weekly stock and payroll as well as the service window.


2006 - 2007 Jefferson Medical College
Treasurer, JMC Student Council
Philadelphia, PA
  • Managed a budget of over $34,000 distributed to the student organizations within JMC.
  • Organized and conducted the annual budget meeting to allocate funding to each organization.
  • Established and enforced reimbursement policies.
  • Processed and recorded all student reimbursements.
2006 - 2007 Jefferson Medical College
Treasurer, American Medical Student Association (AMSA)
Philadelphia, PA
  • Managed a budget of over $8,500 from multiple sources.
  • Coordinated funding from JMC Student Council, national and regional AMSA, and in-house fundraising events.
  • Represented Jefferson at the 7th Annual AMSA Philadelphia Residency Fair, a $20,000+ event featuring over 60 residency programs.
2006 - 2007 Jefferson Medical College
Treasurer, Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA)
Philadelphia, PA
  • Managed a budget of over $3,500 from multiple sources.
  • Coordinated financing for Expressions of Asia, a month long celebration and education of Asian-American culture.
  • Planned, organized, and set up the "APAMSA Night Market," a recreation of a Taiwanese-style street fair featuring food, games, henna tattoos, and demonstrations of Korean drumming, lion dances, martial arts, Indian dancing.
2005 Jefferson Medical College
Course Liaison, Human Form & Development
Philadelphia, PA
  • Acted as a liaison between the first year class of my peers and the Course Director, Dr. Richard R. Schmidt, Ph.D.
  • Recorded lectures and posted them on the class intranet site.
  • Brought "exam challenges" to the course director after each exam to discuss points of contention between student answers and professors' expectations.
  • Served as a Student Representative on the First Year Steering Committee.
2003 - Present Post-baccalaureate Pre-health Society (PPS)
University of Pennsylvania
Founder and Chair Emeritus
Philadelphia, PA
  • Founded the student society for the post-baccalaureate pre-health programs after recognizing a need for students to socialize outside of the classroom.
  • Assembled an Executive Board of motivated individuals with similar concerns.
  • Wrote and received approval from the board for the Mission Statement and Constitution.
  • Created Director positions for Social Activities, Community Service, Academic Resources, Career Development, and Public Relations.
  • Sponsored social events such as happy hours, campus tours, brown bag lunch discussions, and excursions to Philadelphia-area events in order to allow students to meet one another and familiarize themselves with Penn and Philadelphia in general.
  • Formed a partnership with and served on the Executive Board of the CGS Student Advisory Board, the other student group in the College of General Studies.
2002 - 2005 Penn Alumni Club of Philadelphia
Co-Chair, Young Alumni Committee
Philadelphia, PA
  • Organized events, such as happy hours, for alumni that are young at heart.
  • Served on the Executive Board of the Penn Club of Philadelphia and contributed thoughts, ideas, and contacts to the group.
Summer 2002 Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Summer at Lincoln Center Volunteer
New York, NY
  • Responded to inquiries at the information desk.
  • Supervised the distribution of various Lincoln Center giveaways during Lincoln Center Festival 2002, Mostly Mozart, and Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors concert series.
2002 The China Institute
Assistant to the Registrar
New York, NY
  • Evaluated and trained staff on the use of new software.
  • Updated databases of mailing lists and students using Raiser's Edge software.
  • Determined an advertising/outreach schedule to promote the China Institute's classes.
2000 - Present University of Pennsylvania Secondary School Committee
Alumni Interviewer
New York, NY & Philadelphia, PA
  • Interviewed applicants to the University of Pennsylvania as an alumnus.
  • Wrote letters to the admissions committee on behalf of the applicants in an attempt to add personality to the name and academic credentials that had already been submitted.
1997 - 
Engineering Peer Advising Council (EPAC)
University of Pennsylvania
Associate Director for Bioengineering, 1999
Philadelphia, PA
  • Supervised the bioengineering peer advising program for the 1999-2000 school year (Class of 2003).
  • Developed programs to allow freshmen to get to know one another and upperclassmen in order to enhance their educational experiences.
1995 - 1999 Society of Bioengineering (SoBE)
University of Pennsylvania
President, 1998-1999 and 
Secretary/Webmaster, 1997-1998
Philadelphia, PA
  • Developed programs to educate the undergraduate students about bioengineering as a professional and academic field.
  • Increased operating budget from $200 the previous year to over $3,000, including $1,000 in our first corporate donations.
  • Formed ties with various professional firms to increase the prominence of SoBE members to industry recruiters.
  • Founder, Penn Student Chapter IEEE-Engineering in Medicine in Biology Society.
  • Student Representative, Department of Bioengineering Undergraduate Curriculum Committee.
  • Chair, Undergraduate Engineering Advisory Board (UEAB) Faculty Advising Award Committee, 1999.
1998 - 
Hexagon Senior Society for Engineers
University of Pennsylvania
Vertex (Vice President), 1998-1999
Philadelphia, PA
  • Authored the tour guide manual, trained tour guides, and coordinated daily tours of the engineering school.
  • Coordinated the Penn Engineering events for Penn Previews during which accepted high school seniors are invited back to campus to attend luncheons, tours, and classes in order to aid their decision-making process.
  • Interviewed candidates for the position of SEAS Associate Director of Student Affairs.
1997 - 
Society of Women Engineers
University of Pennsylvania
Member (one of two with a Y chromosome!)
Philadelphia, PA
  • Taught an introductory class on the Internet and web page design during Girl Scouts Technology Day in November, 1999.
  • Assisted with the planning and organization of the 1999 SWE Corporate Dinner at which corporate representatives and SWE members shared dinner in order to discuss the roles and opportunities of women in corporate America.
1995 - 
Undergraduate Office of Admissions
University of Pennsylvania
Day Captain (1998), Kite & Key Admissions Tour Guides
Philadelphia, PA
  • Coordinated and managed tours of campus.
  • Led tours of campus for prospective students and their families.
  • Represented the school during official campus events.
1997 - 
Office of International Programs
University of Pennsylvania
Mentor, Campus Hosting and Mentoring Program (CHAMP)
Philadelphia, PA
  • Acted on behalf of the PENN student community to welcome an international student to campus and the Philadelphia area.
1996 - 
West Philadelphia High School
Tutor, West Philadelphia Tutoring Project
Philadelphia, PA
  • Provided a solid mathematics and basic science foundation for high school students.
  • Prepared students for the SAT college entrance examination.
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Emergency Room Volunteer
Philadelphia, PA
  • Observed patient care in the emergency room setting.
  • Assisted the nursing staff with care-giving activities.
McKenzie Memorial Hospital
Emergency Room, Operating Room, and Radiology Department Volunteer
Sandusky, MI
  • Observed patient care with regard to individual specialties.
1994 - 
Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School
Residential Advisor
Bloomfield Hills, MI
  • Served as a liaison between students and faculty living in the boys' dormitory.
  • Provided not only academic support for students, but personal and emotional guidance as well.
  • Certified as a Peer Mediator.
1992 - 
Gold Key Admissions Tour Guides
Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School
President, 1994-1995
Bloomfield Hills, MI
  • Organized all campus tours for prospective boarding boys.
  • Worked with the admissions staff to improve admissions events, activities, and training.
  • Supervised and coordinated the boarding overnight.

Research Experience

2004 Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Academic Associate, Clinical Research Program in Emergency Medicine
Philadelphia, PA
  • Identified and enrolled patients into our studies: Early Identification of Patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS), Abdominal Pain, Clinical Utility of the Triage Stroke Panel, Misoprostol vs. D&C for Treatment of Early Pregnancy Failure (MEPF), Minor Trauma Recovery, and Domestic Violence.
  • Processed blood samples by centrifuging tubes and aliquotting serum.
  • Entered data and conducted follow-up phone calls for the Abdominal Pain and ACS studies.
  • Trained new Academic Associates each semester.
2003 - 2005 Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, McKay Orthopaedic Research Laboratory
Independent Study Project with Dr. Robert Pignolo, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine
Philadelphia, PA
  • Conducted a research project to develop a model for osteoblast senescence.
  • Designed and conducted an experiment to determine ideal conditions for mineralization of osteoblasts.
  • Maintained three cell lines: normal human osteoblasts, early passage fibroblasts, and late passage fibroblasts.
  • Applied techniques involving tissue culture, immunofluorescence, and RNA isolation.
1998 - 1999 University of Pennsylvania, Department of Biophysics
Senior Design Thesis with Dr. Britton Chance, PhD, ScD, MD (hon), Professor Emeritus of Biophysics
"Analysis Software for the Photon Migration Amplitude Cancellation Portable Breast Tumor Imaging System Developed in Matlab"
Philadelphia, PA
  • Wrote image analysis software for a diagnostic breast tumor imaging device including algorithms to interpolate data from a 6x6 matrix to 256x256, parse information from filenames, generate images of blood volume and deoxygenation from the data matrices, threshold images to remove noise, plot congruence between two images or regions, and generate statistics of the congruence.
  • Developed a graphical user interface (GUI) to integrate all of the image analysis algorithms that combined the relevant functions of the four separate programs that had been used to analyze data sets in the past.
  • Reduced analysis time for an individual data set from an estimated five minutes to less than 30 seconds, using a Pentium II - 333MHz processor for benchmarking.
Summer 1998 Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Academic Associate, Clinical Research Program in Emergency Medicine
Philadelphia, PA
  • Identified and consented potential candidates for various clinical studies.
  • Administered questionnaires to patients dealing with Elder Abuse/Neglect, Asthma Follow-up Care, Cocaine/Chest Pain, the National Emergency Airway Registry (NEAR), and PID Evaluation and Clinical Health (PEACH).
University of Pennsylvania, Department of Bioengineering
Fluid Mechanics Research and Design Project with Dr. Peter W. Scherer, MD, PhD
"Thermodilution vs. Dye-Dilution for Cardiac Output Measurement"
Philadelphia, PA
  • Designed and evaluated an apparatus (using a spectrophotometer) constructed to calculate time-dependent cardiac output from dye-dilution measurements.
  • Examined the accuracy of this dye-dilution method vs. thermodilution for cardiac output measurements.
University of Pennsylvania, Department of Bioengineering
Signal Processing Research and Design Project with Dr. Mitchell Litt, D.Eng.Sci.
"Variable Frequency Analog ECG Filters"
Philadelphia, PA
  • Researched, designed, constructed and tested analog ECG filters with varying cutoff frequencies.
University of Pennsylvania, Department of Bioengineering
Research Assistant/LabVIEW Programmer with Dr. Kenneth R. Foster, PhD, PE
"ECG P-R Interval Analysis Tool Developed in LabVIEW for Clinical Applications"
Philadelphia, PA
  • Assisted in the development of a LabVIEW program to analyze the P-R interval of ECG data in conjunction with physicians at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
University of Pennsylvania, Materials Science Department
Materials Science Research Project with Dr. William R. Graham, PhD
"The Effects of Sterilization Methods on Ultrahigh Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE)"
Philadelphia, PA
  • Mechanically tested UHMWPE knee implants sterilized using two different procedures in order to project their in vivo life-expectancy. 
University of Pennsylvania, Department of Bioengineering
Forensic Analysis Research Project with Dr. Solomon R. Pollack, PhD
"Forensic Analysis of a Tibia Fracture: Mechanical Testing and Mathematical Modeling"
Philadelphia, PA
  • Analyzed a tibia fracture from a forensic viewpoint using mechanical testing of chicken bones and extrapolating the results to a human model scheme.

Relevant Coursework

  • Pharmaceutical manufacturing, engineering biotechnology, cell biology, molecular biology and genetics, genetics lab, and biochemistry with application to the design, development, and manufacturing of pharmaceuticals.
  • Tissue engineering and biophysical engineering (polymers and membranes) directed toward development and production of viable and biocompatible macromolecules, cells, tissues, and implants.
  • Four semesters of bioengineering labs in which group work was emphasized while conducting experiments involving electronic circuits, fluid mechanics, biomaterials, physical chemistry, and linear systems theory.
  • Four semesters of physical chemistry primarily featuring macroscopic properties of fluids, transport processes (heat, mass, and momentum), thermodynamics, organic chemistry, and electrochemistry.
  • Five semesters of advanced mathematics including calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and engineering statistics, with applications to electrical circuit design and heat/mass transport processes.
  • Linear systems theory and biomedical instrumentation focused on analysis, design, and improvement of electronic circuitry.
  • Computational neuroscience/neuroengineering, stressing the training of neural networks and their application to classification and problem solving.

Technical Proficiency

Programming Languages and Software

  • HTML, Java, J Builder, Matlab, XML, JavaScript, Servlets, Enterprise Java Beans, LabVIEW, C, and Turbo Pascal.

Database and Data Warehousing Tools

  • SQL, SQL Navigator, SQL Plus, Cognos Powerplay and Impromptu, Informatica, and FileMaker Pro.

Mathematical Analysis

  • Matlab, Microsoft Excel, MathCAD, and Maple V.

Publications and Presentations

Awards, Honors, & Distinctions

1999 School of Engineering and Applied Science
University of Pennsylvania
Engineers' Club of Philadelphia Young Engineer Award
Philadelphia, PA

The Engineers' Club of Philadelphia Young Engineer Award is given to the graduating senior in the School of Engineering and Applied Science based on his or her leadership, scholarship, personality and technical society activity while at the University.

1999 Department of Bioengineering
University of Pennsylvania
Hugo Otto Wolf Memorial Prize
Philadelphia, PA

The Hugo Otto Wolf Memorial Prize, founded by Otto C. Wolf in memory of his son, is awarded to that member of the senior class in each department of the School of Engineering and Applied Science who, during the senior year, by the thoroughness and originality of his or her work, meets with the greatest approval of the professors in charge.

1998 Society of Bioengineering (SoBE)
University of Pennsylvania
Officer of the Year, 1997-1998
Philadelphia, PA

This SoBE Board Member has shown the most dedication towards the ideals that the society upholds. This person has not only performed his/her duties thoroughly, he/she has added invaluable contribution to the Society, the department, and the engineering school.

1995 Educational Testing Service (ETS)
Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction
Princeton, NJ

Granted to students with an average grade of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken, and grades of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams on full-year courses (or the equivalent).

1995 Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School
First induction into the Cum Laude Society
Bloomfield Hills, MI

First induction into the Cum Laude Society is reserved for the top 5% of the graduating class.


Playing Quizzo; playing and watching basketball and football; maintaining a quote collection; playing chess, bridge and poker; watching musicals, listening to college a cappella; downhill skiing; traveling to exotic lands; cooking; and engaging in spontaneous educated debates.


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