I mentor aspiring engineers, scientists, entrepreneurs, and doctors who are motivated to learn how to think. I received my BS and MBA from the University of Notre Dame in 2004, and my Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering
from Caltech in 2012.
Over the past decade, I have mentored students who have gone onto thrive at MIT, Princeton, Dartmouth, Stanford, and the University of Chicago, amongst other top-tier universities.
My approach is intuitive and example-driven. We thrive in solving relevant problems. We all have countless friends who say that they ‘hate math
’ but, at the same time, are proficient calculators when they are shortchanged at the register. I help my clients invest more deeply in their work, and help them find their passion.
My career is a blend of entrepreneurship and technical consulting. My current company analyzes residential electricity meter data to generate recommendations, like adjusting the timer on the air conditioner and the pool pump, that save money and reduce power plant emissions. I make time for teaching, because I enjoy interacting with smart, driven students across all age groups. I am an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, and taught Nanotechnology in 2012. I have also done summer science
programs for elementary/middle schools in Seoul, South Korea, over the past few years. I make time for one-on-one tutoring with a few clients because I find it rewarding to be a long-term mentor, where I get to see the client grow to discover their passion.
If you are eager to learn how to unleash your creativity to solve unfamiliar problems, I look forward to hearing from you!
24 hours notice required
Travels within 20 miles of Culver City, CA 90232