Fri graduated from Harvard University in 2018 with degrees in Economics and Psychology. Being fluent in Spanish, Fri has worked in numerous relative environments including eight months in Costa Rica as a guide in Pure Life and leading 8 to 12 college students on week-long backpacking treks with a focus on personal and social development.
During his time at Harvard, we worked as an outdoor leader, helping first-year students transition to college through week-long backpacking trips, and was heavily involved in academic research in the psychology, sociology, and economics departments.
Following graduation, he combined his love of the outdoors with his interest in mental health, working as a wilderness therapy guide in Costa Rica, where he was able to discover first hand the rewards and challenges of supporting students on their therapeutic journeys.
Fri is interested in continuing to pursue his education and is currently a Teaching Fellow for undergraduate classes in the psychology department at Harvard.
Fri was raised in Tampa, FL, but has spent time living in Boston, New York City, Los Angeles, Paris, London, and Costa Rica.
Fri enjoys basketball, hiking, surfing, yoga, meditation, snowboarding, and traveling. He is very interested in the intersection between economics, psychology, and philosophy, exploring the question of why we do the things that we do. He is passionate about self-growth and discovery and loves helping others to challenge and push themselves.