Spencer graduated from Yale University in 2012 and Harvard Business School in 2018. Between the two he worked at McChrystal Group, a consulting firm founded by General Stanley McChrystal.
Adam graduated from Princeton University in 2018. Adam majored in the Princeton School of Public & International Affairs and completed his independent work on healthcare topics. His senior thesis explored the potential of employer-sponsored medical tourism.
Philip began his career at Berkeley Research Group, a healthcare consulting firm. After two years in BRG’s Healthcare Analytics Practice, Philip joined Cancer Study Group in 2019.
Megan graduated from Georgetown University in December 2019. She previously worked at RCM of Washington, a healthcare provider organization for those with intellectual/developmental disabilities. She provided direct support services, and worked as a marketing and social media consultant with RCM and The DC Disability Coalition.
Lexi graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2017, with a degree in economics. Before joining CSG, Lexi spent three years on the healthcare analytics team at Berkeley Research Group, where she used her data expertise to support pharmaceutical clients on policy and advisory engagements.
Lauren graduated with Highest Honors from Georgia Tech in 2020 with a degree in Industrial Engineering and a concentration in Quality & Statistics. While in school, she was a Forensic Data Analytics intern at Ernst & Young and a research assistant at Georgia Tech for healthcare-related projects.
Mrinoy graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2020 with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Statistics. His experiences include academic research in data science and open source projects in machine learning. Mrinoy joined CSG as a Data Associate to commence his professional journey post college.
Helen graduated from the University of Richmond in 2015 with a degree in physics and biochemistry. In 2019, she received her Master's degree in biomedical engineering at the University of Virginia. Her work in graduate school focused on computational and experimental models of metastatic pancreatic cancer. Before CSG, Helen spent four years on the healthcare data analytics team at Berkeley Research Group, utilizing data to keep Medicare Advantage plans in compliance.
Hughes graduated from Brown University in 2021. While in school, he contributed to research on neural circuitry tracing at the Barnea Laboratory and on diagnostic and treatment practices with the Department of Neurology at George Washington University School of Medicine.