Satch is a junior at Brown University pursuing his Bachelor's of Science in Electrical Engineering. He is involved in a neuroelectronics lab and is the electrical engineering team lead of Engineering Medical Care Change (EMC2), a student-lead startup at Brown focused on developing solutions for epilepsy monitoring. Over the summer he worked for Greensight Agronomics, a drone startup working to provide smarter solutions to farming and agriculture. Outside of school, Satch enjoys music of all kinds, both creating and consuming. A self-taught pianist of 11 years and an avid guitarist and mallet percussionist, Satch is a member of Brown’s jazz band as well as a member of The Clementines, an indie rock band. Growing up in rural New York, he developed a love for the outdoors. He began skiing at four years old and went on to become a double-certified alpine/freestyle instructor at Belleayre Mountain in Highmount, NY. In addition to his diverse hobbies, Satch attributes many of his teaching philosophies to his academic upbringing. He spent his first three years of grade school at the Mountain Laurel Waldorf School in New Paltz, NY before sandwiching a year of Catholic school between two of homeschooling, all before landing at Onteora (public) Junior/High School in Boiceville, NY. Through all of this, his main takeaway was to always be open to trying new things and as a mentor at Curious Cardinals Satch hopes to instill in my students the same multifaceted approach to learning that I enjoy.

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