“Every day here, students work together, in and outside of the classroom, to make this a better place.”
If anybody had told me in high school that, at some point, money and status would be a given—that these would come for me—I would have laughed. For a long time, I worked purely to attain these and these alone. But as I worked, I came to understand that business is as much about good organizations as it is about good deals or, in my line, good trades. To succeed, businesses need to build strong relationships. And managers need the skills to do that. When I was considering schools, I knew I wanted to go to a place that understands this. I discovered I was right. Every day here students work together, outside the classroom, to make this a better place. It’s incredibly selfless. And ultimately successful.
Hampton University, BS, 1999
Citigroup Asset Management, New York, 1999-2006, progressing from accountant to vice president
Countries and Companies in the International Economy; Debt Markets; Advanced Presentation Skills
Association of Christian Tuck Students; Finance Club
First-Year Project pursuing an entrepreneurial venture
International travel with a focus on emerging markets
UBS Investment Bank, Fixed Income Sales & Trading
Work with Signal Companies' Professor of Management Matthew Slaughter, who showed me about the connections between geopolitical dynamics and the economy
Morgan Stanley, vice president, New York; Jefferies & Company (Morgan Stanley), senior vice president; UBS, director, Stamford, CT
An understanding that business is as much about good organizations as it is about good outcomes.