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Jed D. Talvacchia

  • PRIOR EDUCATION

    College of William & Mary, BA, 2008; Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), MA, 2014

  • PRIOR EMPLOYMENT

    U.S. Embassy to the Republic of Iraq, Rule of Law program analyst, 2010-11; U.S. Embassy to the Republic of Iraq, lead Office of Justice Attaché, 2009; U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of New York, N.Y., paralegal 2008

  • TUCK ELECTIVES

    The Arrhythmia of Finance; The CEO Experience; Professional Decision Modeling

  • ACTIVITIES

    Center for Global Business and Government, fellow; Tuck Finance Club; Tripod Hockey; Tuck Winter Carnival photographer; Tuck GIVES; 2012 UBS Investment Banking Competition, first place

  • EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

    First-Year Project in Kosovo working with the Ministry of Health to produce a pilot project for a public-private partnership to increase the quality of care and the incomes of Kosovar doctors; dual degree with the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University

  • GLOBAL EXPERIENCES

    First-Year Project in Kosovo

  • SUMMER INTERNSHIP

    Goldman Sachs Investment Banking Division (Financial Institutions Group), New York, N.Y., summer associate; Federal Reserve Bank of New York Legal Division, summer analyst

  • KEY TUCK ENCOUNTERS

    Frequent coffee chats with Tuck associate dean Matt Slaughter to discuss my career aspirations and academic direction; Exploring a new region—the Balkans—during my First-Year Project

  • AFTER TUCK

    Goldman Sachs Investment Banking Division (Financial Institutions Group), New York, N.Y., associate

  • MY TUCK TRANSFORMATION

    Tuck serves as an incredibly powerful tool to switch careers. It’s allowed me to bolster my quantitative skill set and develop a business acumen that will allow me to apply what I’m learning to the real world.