“I’m not only learning how to be a leader of a business, but also getting the foundation of entrepreneurship.”
When I was accepted at Tuck I realized I had this six-month period where I could try anything. So I quit my job and teamed up with a friend to start an app that enables grocery shopping through smart phones. When I got here it amazed me that every benefit you get from a small community applies to entrepreneurial tracks. And then there’s the curriculum. I’m not only learning how to be a leader of a business, but also getting the foundation of entrepreneurship, like how to test your idea, pitch it, raise money, and set up operations. It’s empowered me to think beyond my preconceptions of what’s possible.
Universidad de Los Andes, BME, 2007
Smurfit Kappa Cartón de Colombia, Cali, mechanical maintenance leader, 2007-09; QFA Laboratories, Cali, project manager, 2009–10; SABMiller Bavaria, Barranquilla, project engineer, 2010-11
Communicating with Presence; Advanced Entrepreneurship; Marketing in the Network Economy
Entrepreneurship Club; Latin America Club; Tuck Admissions Associate
First-Year Project focused on developing GroceryGlee.com as a business idea
Tuck Global Consultancy, developing a market-entry strategy for an American bathroom-fitting company to penetrate the Indian market
Google, New Business Development
Every Tuck alum I reached out to was a fabulous resource. Highlighting one would be unfair.
McKinsey & Co., Chicago, Ill., associate
Tuck has transformed me by inspiring me to dream big, providing me with the tools to know myself and my limits, and helping me build the skills and network necessary to pursue such dreams.