Meredith graduated as salutatorian from Western Guilford High School in 2013. She went on to attend UNC Chapel Hill and was a part of their honors college and Excel Carolina program. During her time at UNC Chapel Hill, she studied Chemistry and minored in Biology. Meredith was on the Dean’s List and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa during her senior year. During her sophomore year she started research in a neuropharmacology lab, where she continued to pursue her interest in neuroscience. Meredith also became very interested in the social determinants of medicine and healthcare, which she pursued through a grant she received. She received the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship along with the Taylor Award to pursue this research. Meredith eventually had the opportunity to present her research at the Society of General Internal Medicine conference in April of 2017.
Meredith is originally from Greensboro, North Carolina, but has recently moved to Boston to work as a clinical research coordinator for Boston Children’s Hospital. She is a born and raised Tar Heel and therefore a huge college basketball fan. In her spare time, Meredith love's to run, cook, sing, listen to podcasts, and travel. Her love of traveling began when she spent a month in Sri Lanka living with a host family and shadowing in a government run hospital. She even had the chance to ride on an elephant! Meredith can also speak a little bit of Lingala - an African language spoken in the Congo.
“Richard has been wonderful to work with and helps a lot with keeping me motivated and on track with studying. I feel like he is really invested in helping me improve and believes in my ability to do so. I am very happy with my decision to work with him over taking other online courses for GRE prep.”