“There are endless opportunities for self-reflection and learning at Tuck.”
What I was looking for from Tuck was more knowledge of myself and my leadership style. Through the leadership curriculum, which included sending surveys to my former supervisors and clients, I learned that I’m able to manage several counter-parties at the same time, and lead teams without pressuring people. The downside is that I lacked somewhat in assertiveness. This is something I wouldn’t have discovered on my own, and I’ve been able to work on it. There are endless opportunities for self-reflection and learning at Tuck, whether it’s in class, as part of a team in the First-Year Project, in a club, or just helping out the incoming students.
Tulane University, study abroad; Paris Business College/MBA Institute, BS, 2006
New Harbor, Inc., associate, M&A
Leadership in the Global Economy; Leadership Out of the Box; Advanced Competitive Strategy; Economics of the Credit Crisis Research to Practice Seminar
Women in Business; Finance Club, chair; Tripod Hockey, Tuck Wine Club; Glen Tuck; Tuck Follies; Revers Board Fellow
First-Year Project to construct $300 house in India
Travels to France, Canada, India, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, China, Peru, Uruguay, Argentina, and Brazil
J.P. Morgan, New York, N.Y (natural resources)
Case studies with major Fortune 500 CEOs in Professor Richard D’Aveni’s course; dinners at faculty members’ homes
J.P. Morgan, associate, M&A, New York, N.Y.
A fantastic two years where I was provided with learning opportunities, chances to broaden my horizons, a supportive community, and a network for life.