MIT Sloan MBA 2010
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I take a holistic approach to helping professionals in their 20’s, 30’s and 40’s navigate their business careers. For many clients that translates into perusing a traditional MBA, a part-time MBA or an Executive MBA. I partner with these clients to perfect every aspect of their business school applications – from building a compelling and coherent personal narrative to helping their recommenders convey my client’s strengths to the admissions committee.
I begin each of my free consultations with ‘What’s been on your mind?’. That line of open-ended questioning reflects my underlying philosophy that, while business school has it’s advantages, it isn’t the best move for everyone. I like to explore alternative strategies to business school with clients. I’ve found that simply taking the time to rethink a career plan or job search, rewrite a resume, polish up a cover letter or learn to convey poise and executive presence in interview, clients goals and dreams become reality.
MIT $100K Business Plan Competition – Runner Up
Fulbright Scholarship 2005
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