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Lily Powell T'19, September 18, 2018Lily is a second-year student at Tuck and is pursuing her MBA alongside an MPH from The Dartmouth Institute. Prior to Tuck, Lily supported a variety of healthcare clients as a commercial strategy consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton in Washington, D.C. She obtained her B.A. from the College Continue Reading
Binh Nguyen T'19, September 13, 2018Binh Nguyen is a proud member of the Class of 2019. In his free time, he loves to explore breweries, sing karaoke, and go hiking. Prior to Tuck, I worked with smallholder farmers in Cambodia and with microfinance institutions in the Philippines. Coming to business school, I knew that I wanted Continue Reading
By Charles Yen T'19, September 11, 2018My summer with the UNICEF Innovation Fund has been deeply fulfilling. Heading into the summer, I searched for experience within the venture capital and investing world. Coupled with my First Year Project with a Venture Capital firm focused on creating a social impact mandate for their new impact investing focused Continue Reading
Neeraja Sankar, August 31, 2018“Inspiring Capital facilitates learning, development, and inclusion through impact.” Having spent a few years working a conventional job, I came to business school to pivot into the social impact space—so hearing those words at a company presentation by Inspiring Capital really peaked my interest. After a Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, September 21, 2017By Meghan McDavid T’18 Prominently displayed in NPR’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. is a poster of longtime NPR host Michel Martin invoking Shirley Chisholm to describe NPR’s independent status. “We are ‘unbought and unbossed.’ The listeners own us.” The reality Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, September 12, 2017An Internship With The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation By Zoltan Czinkoczky T’18 As you walk around the headquarters of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation in Concord, NH, you sense that it’s a special place. First of all, the building used to be a Baptist church, among others. Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, August 31, 2017By Joe Henderson T'18 Coming to Tuck from my previous career at a startup, I knew I was interested in exploring the venture capital (VC) space as an opportunity to combine my past experiences and my Tuck education to provide financing and strategic guidance to startups. Through my summer internship Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, August 29, 2017By Erica Toews T’18 Writer Clint Smith has four core principles posted in his high school English class: “Read critically. Write consciously. Speak clearly. Tell your truth.” Over the course of three workshops, my cohort of twenty-five Education Pioneers Fellows internalized this message, embracing vulnerability and engaging Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, October 26, 2016By Julia Tsang T'17 I came to Tuck to gain a well-rounded business foundation that would allow me to make a meaningful impact on the health care delivery system. I’m particularly interested in technology solutions that redefine the way patients interact with our health care system. During the Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, October 03, 2016By Ben Chandler T'17 This summer, with help from Tuck GIVES, I interned at NPR in Washington, D.C. as a consultant in the office of the COO. It was far and away the most rewarding experience I could have asked for in a summer internship. The work I Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, September 28, 2016By David Washer T'17 In 2015, there were 214 million new cases of malaria and 438,000 malaria deaths worldwide. Even though the disease is entirely preventable and curable, malaria continues to be one of the five leading causes of death in children under five years of age. Given the magnitude of this Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, September 23, 2016By Caroline Defay T'16 “Should we say leverage?” “Utilize, let’s say utilize.” I erase the word leverage and replace it by utilize as a room filled with state officials register my every move and read my every word projected on a big screen. It Continue Reading
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