Just finished architecture school from a top-tier design school, where I was a successful student with multiple TA positions and worked part-time/over summers with my current large/national A/E firm. In undergrad, I was a double major in architecture and biology and spent my time outside of the classroom on the track and riding teams.
Undergrad School: Mount Holyoke
Undergrad Major: Biology/Architecture
Age: 28, Ethnicity: White
Other Degree/Certification: Master of Architecture, professional, 3.6
School Name: Washington University in St. Louis
Extracurriculars: Dressage/Horseback riding, Undergrad varsity track, Volunteering
Company: Top Firm
Length of Employment: 2 yrs
Big Life Wins:
Full ride at WashU. Working at a leading national design firm where I am involved with projects in all phases of design from facility master planning, and schematics to construction documentation & administration for major hospitals and research institutions.
Post MBA Goal:
I am interested in how drastic changes in technology will affect how property is valued i.e. corporate/commercial and remote work, autonomous vehicles + drones, and retail square footage. As technology increases its physical presence in our cities & daily lives, what effect will this have on the spaces we occupy & value.