Shvetali combines her passion for mentorship with her expertise in writing to help students craft a powerful narrative that uniquely combines their academic talents with their extracurricular achievements and life experiences.
MD Candidate 2027, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
B.S. with an Honors Distinction in Research, Neuroscience, Case Western Reserve University
Having provided professional, 1:1 tutoring and college guidance counseling to students for the past four years, Shvetali recognizes the importance of building a relationship with her students and works to establish trust early on. With college admissions becoming increasingly more competitive, the narrative that students tell admissions counselors have become exponentially more important, and she is committed to helping students tell their stories as holistically and uniquely as possible. Cognizant of the importance of individuality in the college admissions process, Shvetali works with students to help them find their “why.” As an essay editor, Shvetali excels in her ability to strategically navigate the complete essay-writing process, from brainstorming and choosing a captivating topic to weaving a theme throughout the story, adding sensational imagery to capture the attention of the reader, and proofreading for final edits.
Shvetali is a first-year medical school student at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. As a member of Case Western Reserve University’s Pre-Professional Scholars Program in Medicine, Shvetali understands the competitive nature of BS/MD and BS/DO programs, and she is committed to helping her students craft a strong, intentional, and compelling application for these programs. With her skills in essay editing, she is eager to help students write personal statements and supplemental essays, whether for a BS/MD or BS/DO program, medical school, or an undergraduate university.
Prior to starting medical school, Shvetali worked across numerous fields, from interning at a medtech startup to working in the nonprofit sector, the biotech industry, and academia. She has years of experience in communications, advocacy, and research in the healthcare field, and she completed her honors thesis on Behavioral Phenotypes in Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome in Adolescents at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute. Her articles and podcasts have been published on top social media platforms, including KevinMD, The Health Care Blog, the Chicago Tribune, and the BORGEN magazine. With her significant and expansive experiences in various healthcare sectors, Shvetali also welcomes the opportunity to mentor students looking to break into healthcare-related research, communications, and nonprofit work. She is open to providing guidance for seeking internship and research opportunities, as well as assisting with resume-building and interview preparation.