Cause Marketing, International Education
Middlebury College, international studies major with a concentration in geography; gender studies minor.
Senior Marketing Manager, Citizen AOL (now Verizon Media); Conservation Market Analyst, World Wildlife Fund; Project Manager & Access Academy Teacher; Asian University for Women
Co-Chair, Tuck Gives; Tuck Lead; World Government Summit, Global Universities Challenge; Fellow, Center for Digital Strategies; Soccer Club
Living in a dormitory as a 30-year old; fall study group with classmates from very different backgrounds; Patagonia case competition developing recommendations for supply chain improvements; Personal Leadership Initiative; First-Year Project developing a go-to-market strategy for an Ecuadorian agricultural startup hoping to launch in the US; Independent study writing a teaching case for the World Economic Forum
GIX with Professor Paul Argenti in Singapore and Laos; OnSite Global Consulting with the World Economic Forum in Switzerland and South Africa; Attended the 2018 World Government Summit in Dubai (2019 Tuck lead); classmate-led trek to South Korea
MBA Sustainability Intern, Diamond Star Ranch
Negotiations with Professor Dan Feiler; Corporate Communication with Professor Paul Argenti; Business and Society with Professor Curt Welling; Entrepreneurship and Innovation Strategy with Professor Adner
Speaking with current students and alums when I was applying and seeing and feeling their enthusiasm; Outward Bound pre-orientation trip; winning the World Government Summit the first year Tuck was invited to participate; Dartmouth Outdoor Club (DOC) cabins with friends; Receiving three concussions while at Tuck and working with faculty as I was recovering
Master in Public Administration, Harvard Kennedy School
Tuck has opened countless professional doors for me. The business skills I have developed and the relationships I have built will support me throughout the rest of my life. Tuck’s interdisciplinary program has allowed me to turn previous areas of weakness into strengths. Specifically, the curriculum has armed me with the technical skills to evaluate an organization’s financial stability, assess its strategic plan, and improve its marketing efficacy. My first semester, I hesitated to use Excel for anything beyond basic equations or charts—I now feel comfortable building complex predictive models.