• Why Tuck?

    People often say that Tuck is a transformative experience, and I think they’re right. Tuck teaches you how to think strategically and prioritize. Some of the lessons taught in courses like Competitive Strategy can also be applied to how you spend your time, what you focus on, and how you approach your goals. Another transformative skill is determining the right questions to ask and knowing where to find the answers. We’re certainly trained to think with an analytical mindset in our courses, but the broader Tuck MBA experience—including interactions with classmates, professors, and alumni—further reinforces the practice of thinking about who it would be helpful to talk to, and then going to get their perspective.

    • PRIOR EDUCATION

      Tufts University, BA, sociology, 2008

    • PRIOR EMPLOYMENT

      The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, New York, N.Y., intern, 2005; The Masterson/S.W.O.T. Team, Inc., New York, N.Y., associate project manager, 2008-10; Creative Realities, Inc., Boston, Mass., business innovationist, 2010-12

    • TUCK ELECTIVES

      The CEO Experience

    • ACTIVITIES

      Student Board president; Center for Leadership fellow; Revers Board Fellow, Vital Communities; Tuck Follies

    • EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

      Global First-Year Project for a cement-bagging firm in Haiti

    • GLOBAL EXPERIENCES

      First-Year Project in Haiti

    • SUMMER INTERNSHIP

      General Mills, Minneapolis, Minn., associate marketing manager intern

    • KEY TUCK ENCOUNTERS

      Chris Williams T’84, president and CEO of Williams Capital Group and chair of Tuck’s board of overseers

    • AFTER TUCK

      General Mills, Minneapolis, Minn., associate marketing manager

    • MY TUCK TRANSFORMATION

      At Tuck, I learned how to ask the right questions and where to find the answers.

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