Isaac was a three-sport Ivy League athlete at Princeton, competing in varsity football, basketball, and track and field. But he’s far from the best athlete in his family – 3 siblings were professional athletes and 2 played in the NFL.
He has always had a passion for helping students maximize their potential. After graduating with a degree in sociology in 2013, Isaac returned to his alma mater where he worked as an educational consultant. In his time as consultant, Isaac founded the Profound Ivy mentoring program for undergraduate students, which inspired the publishing of his first book, How to Network in College. Isaac spent his post-graduation summer in Da Nang, Vietnam as an English teacher and basketball coach.
Following his time at Princeton, Isaac returned to his hometown Sacramento, CA as a motivational speaker to inform and inspire Sacramento youth. He delivers educational workshops for high school students which topics include goal setting, time management and networking.
As an ESM College Coach, Isaac believes in building authentic relationships with his students. He hopes to use this building block to help students maximize their high school experience, sculpt unique personal statements and applications, and ultimately find their right-fit college. Outside of work, Isaac enjoys family time and is self-described as “The Greatest Uncle on Earth.” He stays physically active by playing pick-up basketball and is a committed fan of old school R&B music.