I’m currently travelling the world on indefinite sabbatical – interested in new teaching, public speaking and writing opportunities.

Feel free to get in touch here for teaching enquiries, or here for anything else.


Experience 

Co-Founder & Chief Learning Executive, Up Learn, Jan 2016 – Present

  • Scaled the company to 40,000+ signups and a £3m+ valuation
  • Managed and trained a team of Learning Executives and freelancers
  • Designed and built an online A Level Economics course with a 97% A*-A rate
  • Featured twice in Forbes 30 Under 30 in “Social Entrepreneurs” and “Youngest”

Teacher, London School of Economics, Sep 2017 – April 2018

  • Taught EC201 (2nd Year Microeconomic Principles) to a class of 30 LSE students
  • Won the LSE Class Teacher Award for “excellent teaching” and “outstanding student feedback”
  • Praised as “LSE’s best class teacher” in student feedback surveys

Co-Founder, Kickstart London, Sep 2015 – June 2016

  • Co-founded London’s first inter-university pre-accelerator programme
  • Negotiated sponsorship from Microsoft, KPMG and Wayra
  • Launched over 30+ student-run companies

President, LSE SU Entrepreneurs Society, Sep 2015 – June 2016

  • Grew committee from three to sixty and expanded membership base to 2000+
  • Put on 50+ events annually, including talks from the CEOs of Shazam, TransferWise and Just-Eat
  • Organised and sold 400+ tickets to SPARKS, the UK’s largest student-run entrepreneurship conference

Education

1st Class Honours, BSc Economics, London School of Economics, Sep 2013 – June 2016

  • Economics Examiner Prize: highest overall second-year mark [87% average] in LSE
  • Rishi Madlani Prize: highest mark [91] in Macroeconomic Principles [EC210]
  • Highest mark [77] in Industrial Economics [EC313]

Sutton Grammar School for Boys, Sep 2006 – June 2012

  • A-Level: 4 A*s [97% average, self-studied after quitting school in 2012]
  • AS-Level: 4 As [98% average, highest in year, won the Harvard Prize & AS-Level Prize]
  • GCSE: 11 A*s [awarded the GCSE Prize and Business Prize]

Awards

  • Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe: featured on Forbes’ annual list of the brightest young entrepreneurs, leaders and stars. Previous winners include Adele, Maria Sharapova and Anthony Joshua
  • LSE Class Teacher Award: selected by Head of the LSE Economics Department in recognition of: “clear and excellent teaching, reflected in outstanding student feedback scores.”
  • Gold Stars Award: awarded to the top 9 societies at LSE (out of 200+ societies overall) in recognition of excellent operations, full inclusivity and innovative events
  • Most Improved Society: awarded for the Entrepreneurs Society’s rapid one-year transformation, from £2500 in debt to 60+ events annually (inc. two nationally attended conferences) and a 2000+ membership base
  • Outstanding Society Member: awarded for an exceptional contribution to the Entrepreneurs Society and to the wider student experience at LSE
  • Economics Examiner Prize: highest overall second-year mark [87% average] out of 1400+ LSE students
  • Rishi Madlani Prize: highest mark [91] in Macroeconomic Principles [EC210] out of 600+ LSE students
  • ifs Young Business Writer of the Year: my article came first in the country, judged by The Times Deputy Money Editor, David Budworth, awarded £500 prize money at the Times Head Office
  • Harvard Prize & AS-Level Prize: highest grades in the year (98.2% average at AS-Level) out of 120 grammar school students
  • Royal Economic Society Young Economist of the Year: my essay on behavioural economics came third internationally, out of 756 entries from A-Level and IB students. I was presented with £250 prize money by Nobel Prize winner, Professor Sir Christopher Pissarides at the RES Annual Lecture
  • Young Enterprise: awarded Young Achiever of the Year and Best Company Report, Best Sales Team, Best Company Presentation, Best Overall Company, Best Trade Stand, Regional Managing Director and a Jack Petchey Award

Enquiries

If you’re interested in my teaching, writing or public speaking services, feel free to get in touch.