I was part of a popular group here at NYU: students from the Garden State. In Global Liberal Studies, I put my fluency in French and Spanish to good use while studying abroad my junior year in Buenos Aires and working two summers in Paris. During my year in Argentina, I worked with BNP Paribas Microfinance Sans Frontières, where I collaborated with the managing director of Latin American operations to provide technical assistance and management consulting to local microfinance institutions (MFIs). I was able to incorporate the professional experience I gained abroad into my senior thesis which connected microfinance with philanthropy. Moreover, as the first student president of the program, I did my best to forge a unique GLS identity that I know has only taken on more shape since my time in the student council.
After graduating from GLS in 2012, I was able to land a job with the French consulting firm, Capgemini, where I had the pleasure of working for one year in New York, NY, followed by one year in San Francisco, CA. I have serviced a variety of clients in various industries, and my liberal arts background has allowed me to excel at adapting to diverse environments and ramping up to new engagements in a timely manner. As a dual French-American citizen, I hope to one day work out of our headquarters in Paris, FR. We shall see what the future holds!