Aaron received his Ph.D. in evolutionary biology from the City University of New York. For his research, he designed and conducted field experiments in four countries, including India, for which he received a Fulbright Research Fellowship. These experiments ultimately led to the first evidence of the rapid evolution of mating traits and behaviors in wild mammals. Aaron is a deeply critical thinker with knacks for deconstructing complex issues and seeing the big picture. He is excited about the opportunity to apply his analytical and technical skills to industries where his efforts will result in real-world, meaningful impacts.