“At Tuck, I not only sharpened my business toolkit, I also articulated the principles and values that shape me as a leader.”
Johns Hopkins University, BA, International Studies, 2013
Goldman Sachs (Mergers & Acquisitions Group; Investment Banking Legal)
Center for Business, Government & Society fellow; Revers Board fellow for the Upper Valley Haven; Leadership Fellow; Consulting Club mentor; Women in Business
First-Year Project working with a Native American Navajo Hospital; OnSite Consulting project in Napa Valley, California for a South African winery
China Global Insight Expedition focused on startups/entrepreneurship in which we visited companies like Alibaba, NIO, JD.com; Travelling to Namibia with the Tuck Africa Club over Spring Break
Deloitte Consulting, New York, New York
Managing for Social Impact with Professor Nan Stone; Communicating with Presence with James Rice; The CEO Experience with former NH Governor John Lynch
Having dinner with Amy Goldstein, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Janesville, the night before her talk as part of our CBGS Fellows Inequality Speaker Series; Celebrating with my Tuck Team for making it to the finals in the Rotman Design Thinking Case Competition in Toronto; Visiting the New Hampshire Statehouse with a small group hosted by Governor Lynch; Hosting a lunchtime Polish Culture Chat at Tuck and getting to have coffee with a renown Polish economist and author; Presenting my final project on healthy eating to the leadership of the Upper Valley Haven, a local nonprofit, as a Revers Board fellow
Deloitte Consulting in New York, New York
When I visited Tuck during September’s application season right as the leaves were turning color for the Fall, I felt immediately at home. Tuck’s campus has a magnetic pull that made choosing to pursue an MBA here a natural choice for me. I knew that Tuck’s friendly and supportive community, strong academic and professional programs, and enthusiastic alumni network would create an experience that I knew would allow me to make the most of my MBA experience.
During our orientation week at Tuck, Dean Slaughter spoke about the importance of reflection during our two years here. I took this lesson to heart and spent my time at Tuck immersed not only in trying to understand how I could sharpen my business toolkit, but also trying to articulate the principles and values that shape me as a leader. As a result, I feel that I’ve truly learned from Tuck the importance of being an empathetic, well-rounded, and wise leader capable of bettering business and society—a message that I look forward to carrying with me as I continue my professional and personal journey after Tuck.