From a fairly small town in the South (only 1 M7 candidate ever), farmhand for most of childhood, transferred from an elite LAC (3.95), created my own major on how education can promote sustainable economic development (completing honors thesis). Planning to serve as a Fulbright ETA fellow and then work for an international EdTech startup.
Undergrad School: Top 5 Public
Undergrad Major: International Development and History
Age: 21, Ethnicity: White
Extracurriculars: Honor System (attorney general staff), Large university philanthropy organization (board member), fraternity philanthropy chair, Business school portfolio sector chair - manage all stocks within my sector and lead a team of analysts
Industry: Nonprofit / B-Corp
Company: Major NGO/NPO
Length of Employment: , 6 mos
Current work (UN subsidiary): Evaluating financial institutions’ technological resources and services for clients with disabilities. Working with international stakeholders (many C-level executives) in over 100 countries to promote accessible and assistive ICT solutions in financial services. Publishing and presenting research at global summits.
With an MBA, I hope to transition to a career in consulting and work on projects involving education technology reform in emerging countries and low SES areas of the United States. I hope to work for an MBB or another large firm in their education sector for a few years before founding a start-up in the EdTech field.
Target School: Harvard
Considering: Chicago Booth, Darden, Wharton, Kellogg, MIT Sloan
Jeff earned his BA in American Studies at Yale. Jeff worked as an Associate at VO2 Partners, a private equity firm focused on health and wellness ... View Featured Coach
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