Ms. Chemical Engineer
As a consultant, I am the youngest person to lead a client project on one of the largest Pharma M&A deals in history. Previously, I worked as a chemical engineer in R&D where I engineered 3 medical devices that were acquired by a Fortune 500 Life Sciences Company. I also was a science policy analyst for the United Nations, working on international chemical weapon laws.
Undergrad School: Yale/Harvard/Princeton
Undergrad Major: Chemical Engineering
Age: 25, Ethnicity: White
Other Degree/Certification: Energy Studies Professional Certificate, GPA: 4.0
School Name: Yale/Harvard/Princeton
Extracurriculars: Teacher for MIT's Junior Achievement Business Course, Teaching Assistant for a core chemical engineering course at Northeastern, Former President of Women in STEM (500 member org) at my undergrad, Scientific Author for Cell & Gene Therapy Center of Excellence (at my consulting firm)
Company: Top Firm
Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 4 mos
Title: Medical Device Project Manager & Engineer
Length of Employment: 1 yr
Big Life Wins:
When a Director suddenly left my client’s company (top 5 largest in Pharma), the client asked me to step into the role. I am the youngest person to ever be placed in a Director role at this company, securing me a fast-track promotion at my consulting firm. Developed 3 medical devices commercially, & published research in 4 scientific journals.
Post MBA Goal:
I hope to return to my consulting firm to spearhead their Venture’s initiatives in Healthcare and Biotech, or to start a Biotech Venture company of my own. I also hope to become a Science Policy advisor to a large Life Sciences company in the long(er) term.