About

William

William is a first-year medical student studying at Johns Hopkins. In 2020, he graduated from Hopkins with a B.S. degree in Molecular & Cellular Biology as well as a minor in Psychology. During his gap year, William also conducted research at the NIH to investigate piRNA machinery using genomic sequencing techniques. While medicine is William’s ultimate career interest, he is also very passionate about the creative and performance arts; during college, William danced for all 4 years and was awarded the Louis E. Goodman award in 2019 to pursue his own passion project in dance/videography. He is also deeply interested in music production. Having played the piano for over 10 years, William uses his music theory knowledge to produce extensively in Ableton. Finally, William believes strongly in the importance of mentoring as a way to provide the tools necessary for students to actualize their dreams. Currently, William tutors ESL with the Arlington Heights Memorial Library and 8th grade math with the Commodore John Rodgers School. Now, he is excited to connect with you and to learn about your interests through Curious Cardinals!

Three words to describe me...

Passionate
Focused
Creative

I prefer to teach in a

musical

or

,

visual

,

, or

hands-on

, or

style.

How I spend my free time

community service
debate
dance
music