Mr. Big 4 To Healthcare Reformer
Hi, I’m an international applicant applying from London. Graduated in the Top 15% with 1st Class Honours (3.86 – 3.9 GPA). I am working for a Big 4 Firm on a Strategy/Value Creation team. Diagnosed with a major health condition from a young age – seeking to transition and transform healthcare industry either from healthcare consulting or in-house strategy.
Considering MPH/MBA programs. Also is Big 4 gold or silver in the UK? Should I include dual citizenship in application from a developing country?
Undergrad School: Top 15 - Russell Group University in the UK
Undergrad Major: Accounting and Finance
GPA: 4.0 (1st Class Honours - UK - Deans List)
Age: 26, Ethnicity: Black or African American
Extracurriculars: Non-Executive Director / Trustee of Disability / Chronic condition $14m UK Charity - 5 years at matriculation and the youngest ever board member. NGO Future Leader - Future leaders selected who demonstrate they have the potential to influence major societal issues. Undergraduate University: Student-Staff Liaison Committee member - selected to represent 200 students on undergraduate programs.
Title: Energy Strategy Analyst (Big 4)
Company: Fortune 100 Top 10
Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 1 mos
Title: Strategy Associate Manager
Company: Fortune 500
Length of Employment: 3 yrs, 1 mos
Big Life Wins:
1. Diagnosed with major health condition/disability at a young age
2. Youngest ever non-executive director at ~$14m Charity (specific to disability)
3. Top 20% performer at work
4. Qualified accountant with 1st time passes, CFA Level II completed & CFA Level III by matriculation.
4. Mayor awards, community awards, awards at work + exam awards
Post MBA Goal:
Reform Healthcare sector (either in consulting, within in-house healthcare advisor (i.e. NHS)).