Mr. Zutshi teaches upper-level mathematics at Gould, including AP Calculus and AP Statistics. He is a dorm parent in Davidson Hall and is the advisor for both Model United Nations and Yearbook. He also coaches the Math Club Team in various regional and national math contests.
Prior to Gould, he ran his own tutoring business in Boston, specializing in test prep and mathematics, including college-level calculus and statistics. Before that, he had a career in law and in financial services, having worked as a corporate attorney and, prior to law school, an actuary.
Mr. Zutshi is a graduate of Belmont Hill near Boston. In college, he taught math for Belmont Hill’s summer school program, and later at a Mary Institute and St Louis Country Day School (MICDS) in Missouri, where he also coached wrestling and football.
He studied Applied Mathematics at Harvard and received his law degree from Washington University in St Louis. He joined the faculty at Gould in 2018.