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I have an adventurer personality. I always take calculated risks that may potentially add value to my professional & personal life. I lived in Michigan for 4 years during my undergrad studies, an experience that sharpened my personality. Professionally, I worked as a project engineer at Aramco and I managed multiple multi-million projects.
I tend to initiate many non-professional initiatives that strengthen people’s connections.
I have a work gap of about a year and a half since December 2019. I am now pursuing a Master’s in renewable energy starting August 2021 and finishing July 2022.
Note: I applied to Wharton in the 20-21 Round 3 cycle but was rejected.
I would appreciate an estimate of my odds at Fuqua, Cornell, and Booth.
Target School: Wharton
Considering: Cornell Johnson, Duke Fuqua, Chicago Booth, Ross
See More Profiles For: Wharton
Application Status: Open
Undergrad School: Michigan State University
Undergrad Major: Electrical Engineer
I also used to participate in a local charity to support school students to overcome their academic challenges. Also, I am a passionate reader. I spend a considerable amount of my free time reading about various topics that enhance my knowledge including, Anthropology, Self Development, Economics, Novels, Space Science and many others. I have improved home conditions of families living under the poverty line. I participated in local events to increase awareness about breast cancer.
Title: Project Engineer
Industry: Power / Energy
Company: Fortune 100
Length of Employment: 5 yrs
– I successfully led a $300 Million USD project during the engineering phase.
– Led an Engineering team consisting of multiple nationalities.
– I completed Power Master Plan for Aramco that covers multiple Oil & Gas plants, and multiple non-industrial communities.
I plan to utilize the OPT and join the renewable industry in the US. I am switching industries because currently my country is going into massive economical changes and is incentivizing the emergence of this new industry to lessen its dependence on the petroleum industry.
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