Mr. Grohman graduated, summa cum laude, from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania in 2003, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics with a concentration in Finance. While at Wharton, Mr. Grohman was inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma Society, which is the business school equivalent of Phi Beta Kappa, awarded to the top 20 students at Wharton based on a combination of GPA and extracurricular involvement. In 2006, Mr. Grohman received his Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School. While at Harvard, Mr. Grohman served as the Intake Director for the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau. He also worked as a student attorney at Greater Boston Legal Services, where he assisted low-income clients in divorce proceedings, unemployment hearings, and housing court. Also at Harvard, Mr. Grohman served as the research assistant to Professor Charles J. Olgetree, founder of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice. In this capacity, Mr. Grohman performed legal and statistical research on the impacts of race on the application of the death penalty in America, which formed the foundation for Professor Ogletree’s book Race & the Death Penalty (NYU Press, 2006).