“Tuck is a place where I can explore my passions, challenge myself, and have a good laugh at the end of the day.”
I looked for an MBA with a strong dedication to academics, but also a vibrant community feeling and a location that was very close to nature. It seemed that I would have so many opportunities at Tuck: discussing my interests with some of the best professors, learning about and learning from my fellow students, bike-riding in spring and skiing in winter. Everyone here is driven to make the most of the entire experience in all its different dimensions.
I am really inspired by Tuck’s traditions of Small Group Dinners as well as by our international programs, like our Learning Expeditions. Both of these give students the chance to get to know each other—and themselves—better and more deeply. While the dinners help build the close-knit Tuck community in Hanover, the Learning Expeditions connect that community to different parts of the world.
At Tuck, you have the chance to meet and become very close with both international students and professors who can share incredible stories about their home countries and lives. Initiatives like the Center for Global Business and Government also offer students the chance to take on internationally focused projects and research areas that interest them. There are so many paths to explore at Tuck and the exciting part is that if you have a vision or a dream, there are tons of people willing to help you along the way to make it happen.
Tuck built my confidence in areas of business management where I hadn’t had much experience and gave me the chance to take on a variety of leadership roles. Tuck creates an environment that encourages students to be proactive, to lead, and to work as a team so that you can grow and share across the bigger Tuck community and the world. As an alumna, I look forward to helping future generations of Tuck students fulfill their dreams by going after the opportunities that they are most passionate about.
London College of Communication, University of the Arts, MA 2008; The University of Melbourne, Australia, BA, 2005
Monocle, London, U.K., advertising manager, 2008-12; Wallpaper*, IPC Media, London, U.K., 2007-08, editorial intern; Freelance writer, copy editor, and photographer for various culture, arts, lifestyle, science, and global affairs publications
Sustainable Business; Ethics in Action; Leadership in the Global Economy, Professional Decision Modeling; Strategic Leadership
Center for Global Business and Government, fellow; Center for Leadership, fellow; Business & Society Conference, sponsorship chair; Consulting Club, co-chair; Admitted Students Weekend, sponsorship co-chair; Women in Business Club; Tripod hockey; Triathlon Club
First-Year Project for Rockywold Deephaven Camps to sustain and grow their loyal customer base; Center for Global Business and Government Fellowship Project with VantagePort and Detroit leadership to analyze an opportunity to develop a transport-focused business incubator
South Africa Learning Expedition; winter and summer break travel to Mexico, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, and France
McKinsey, London, U.K, summer associate
London Tuck alumni and admitted students’ summer dinner hosted by Noreen Doyle T'74
McKinsey, London, U.K., associate
Tuck is a place where I can explore my passions, challenge myself, and have a good laugh at the end of the day.