Our company is run and operated by recent Ivy League and top university graduates, who are better able to connect with high school students and determinate the unique individual characteristics that will help them gain admission into their dream school.
Founder & Chairman
Christopher is the President and CEO of Command Education Group. He has been recognized on Forbes 30 Under 30, PEOPLE Magazine’s “Heroes Among Us,” and as Luce’s Young Global Leaders. He previously worked at Facebook on their education team to help build inspirED in partnership with the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence.
Christopher serves on multiple advisory boards including Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation and served on panels such as the Emotion Revolution, HackHarassment by Intel, and the World Internet Conference in Shanghai. Christopher is the recipient of President Obama’s Lifetime Achievement Award and earned his Bachelor’s degree from Yale University, where he studied psychology focusing on emotional intelligence.
Wafa Muflahi is one of the founding consultants at Command Education Group and serves as the Head of Development.
At Command Education, Wafa directs all student programs and spearheads the annual Summer Intensive College Application and Essay Boot Camp. Through Wafa’s mentorship, her students gained admission into multiple Ivy League universities including Harvard, Yale, and Princeton along with Stanford and MIT. Wafa graduated with a bachelor’s in political science from Yale University.
Daniel Cho leads the Medical Admissions team at Command Education Group. He is currently a third-year BA/MD student at Brown University and Alpert Medical School through the Program in Liberal Medical Education.
Daniel has also worked internationally in China and Taiwan where he was a medical exchange student at Zhejiang University and NCKU College of Medicine. He is currently studying European health policy and doing research on latent tuberculosis among chronic dialysis patients and solid organ transplant recipients in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Katie Olsen leads operations and strategy at Command Education. She graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor’s degree in engineering, where she was recruited and awarded scholarship to compete for the varsity swimming team. She is a former American and US Open Record holder, two-time Olympic Trials Competitor, and a recipient of both the Donald Kennedy Award and the Stanford Athletic Board Block ‘S’ Junior Award. Katie also led Stanford’s Student Athletic Advisory Committee and was part of the Stanford Alumni Mentoring (SAM) Leadership Team during her time at Stanford.
Prior to joining Command, Katie spent over two years at Facebook leading an education initiative for underrepresented high school students, with the mission to inspire and support the next generation of tech leaders through cutting-edge technology.