Education: Psy.D., George Washington University (Clinical Psychology); J.D. with Honors, George Washington University (Law); Ed.M., Harvard Graduate School of Education (Adolescent Risk and Prevention); S.B., S.M. (M.B.A. with thesis), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) (Business/Finance/Real Estate)
BSC Activities and Interests: My BSC activities include academic counseling, consulting, teaching the Reading Course, and academic advising. In addition, I coordinate the Harvard College Marathon Challenge program, and I am the BSC liaison to Dunster House, Quincy House, Ivy Yard, and the Athletic Department.
My interests include working with student-athletes (individually and in groups), BGLTQ/questioning students, students having Title IX concerns, and students concerned about their peers; adjusting to college life; decision-making and problem-solving; conflict resolution (roommates, teammates, couples, etc.); identity and labeling; balancing academic demands with non-academic interests; undergraduate thesis-writing; sport and performance psychology; substance use (alcohol, marijuana, etc.); and vocational choices/concerns.
Outside the BSC: I am a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee Sport Psychology Registry, a Certified Consultant in Sport Psychology (AASP-CC) and a licensed psychologist. I am a former U.S. Army reservist.
Personal: I enjoy recreational running; good food; free food; answerable questions; questionable humor; common sense; glimpsing the ephemeral "big picture"; and exploring Boston's fringe industrial areas, genteel architecture, and graciously dilapidating infrastructure.