Olabade is a medical student at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and also completed her undergraduate education at Brown. She has been a teaching assistant for several classes at Brown, ranging from human cognition to computer science. In her free time, Olabade loves languages, immersing herself in new cultures, and singing/dancing badly with friends.
Sahil attended Phillips Exeter Academy from 2010 to 2014 and matriculated to Wesleyan University, where he triple majored in Economics, Sociology, and a rigorous interdisciplinary program focused on high-level reading and writing. He graduated in 2018 with High Honors in the College of Social Studies after writing a dystopian political novella for his undergraduate thesis. At Wesleyan, Sahil worked as a Residential Adviser and a Community Adviser for the Office of Residential Life and was a Co-Chair of the Student Judicial Board from 2017 to 2018.