• Why Tuck?

    I looked for a program that would provide a holistic experience, reinforcing my strengths as well as building new skills.  I wanted an environment that encouraged all students to take a range of classes, so I could feel comfortable taking a finance class without a background on Wall Street.  Also, coming from Williams College, I knew I would thrive in Tuck’s smaller classroom setting where I could get to know classmates, administrators, and professors. Being removed from a major city was also a draw because it encourages you to come together as a class and a community. Tuck students (and many partners) commit to making their life in the Upper Valley, whereas in a city it would be easier to just melt back into your regular life after class.

    Community

    Everyone is goal-oriented and driven, whether in their career search, the classroom, or a new sport like Ice hockey. But that doesn’t mean they won’t pause to help a fellow Tuckie along the way. It’s a very open environment; everyone is invested in each other’s success and willing to share their experience and expertise. This afternoon I was working on finance homework in Stell Hall, and two people sitting nearby happened to be doing the same problem set.  Within a few minutes we became an impromptu study group. This type of collaboration is common at Tuck, and a cornerstone of our community


    Women In Business 

    As the first marketing chair for the Women in Business (WIB) Club, my main focus was to ensure consistency in the club’s internal and external communications. In response to cluttered inboxes and disparate requests, I started a weekly digest.  Instead of bombarding people every day, club members had a single place they could look for WIB information. It was rewarding to help define a new role for WIB, as well as to be on the board in a year when we expanded WIB’s mission to focus not only on creating a supportive community but also on furthering discussions around gender equality and inclusion.

    Post-Tuck


    In August, I’m excited to join 3M in St. Paul, Minn., as a strategic business development supervisor. The program, the company, and the location suited me perfectly. The role combines aspects of both internal consulting and a GM rotational program.  I will work on consulting engagements with various divisions of the company.  Most projects are individual, providing an opportunity for me to build project management skills in a supportive environment as I look for a full-time role in the company after about two years.

    • Prior Education

      Williams College, BA, economics and political science

    • Prior Employment

      Liberty Mutual Group, consultant, corporate strategy and research

    • Tuck Electives

      Entrepreneurship and Innovation Strategy; Leadership in the Global Economy; Managerial Accounting

    • Activities

      Tuck Women in Business; Revers Board Fellow; Tuck Volunteers; General Management Club; Marketing Club; Tuck Wine Society; Tripod Hockey; Twin Pines Housing Trust; Admissions Associate

    • Experiential Learning

      First-Year Project with Stonyfield Yogurt

    • Global Experiences

      India Learning Expedition; Japan Trek

    • Key Tuck Encounters

      John Mackey, CEO Whole Foods; Jim Weber, president, Brooks Running; Anne-Marie Slaughter; Michelle Stacy, president, Keurig

    • Summer Internship

      Keurig Inc., at-home marketing division

    • After Tuck

      Supervisor, strategic business development, 3M, St. Paul, Minn.

    • My Tuck Transformation

      My Tuck experience gave me the skills and confidence to jump into a new career ready to make an impact.

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