Mr. Wellness Ethnographer
I hold an undergraduate degree in the social sciences and a biomedical graduate degree. I’ve applied my technical and social science background to data analytics, technical writing and user research. I work primarily within the wellness industry where I evaluate modalities of self-care and medicine from an evidence-based perspective.
My GPA for my MS at Georgetown was abysmal – 3.03/4.00. I am curious how it would be weighted during the application process.
Undergrad School: George Mason University
Undergrad Major: Sociology
Age: 26, Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino
Other Degree/Certification: MS, Physiology
School Name: Georgetown University
Extracurriculars: Piano for 10 years, volunteer at Habitat for Humanity & local church (300 hrs), and a volunteer Consultant at Foundation (8 months).
Title: Medical Research Analyst
Industry: Nonprofit / B-Corp
Company: Major NGO/NPO
Length of Employment: 1 yr, 1 mos
Title: Research Analyst
Length of Employment: 1 yr, 4 mos
Big Life Wins:
I completed my MS from Georgetown with only 1 of the 8 required minimum pre-requisites. Earning a degree in biophysics and physiology without so much as ever even stepping in a high school physics or biology course was a huge achievement for me. I also developed the first primary membership analysis at a non-profit association founded in 1974.
Post MBA Goal:
Most of my work has been as an individual contributor. I primarily hope to use my MBA experience to hone my team working skills and business competency as I push towards a strategy-oriented role at the intersections of the IoT, internet, and wellness industries. As I go along my journey, I also hope to create my own business.