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Loyola University of Chicago School of Law


Tufts University

B.A. Econometrics and Quantitative Economics, Community Health


Career Path

Interview Highlights

Best Career Advice

“Look after the downside because the upside will take care of itself. I don’t see that as cynical, I see it as realistic … You have to have a contingency plan, ideally multiple.”

Career Challenge

“I had a supervisor at one point where I could not connect with her no matter how hard I tried. I knew it was my responsibility to make the relationship work and I just couldn’t do it … And I lost a lot of confidence in myself. Eventually, I learned I had to stop blaming myself and just acknowledge it wasn’t a good fit, and then I was able to switch to a different supervisor. And I was put in a position that was just a much better fit. And that allowed me to thrive a whole lot more at that organization. Everybody goes through rough patches. Everybody messes up at one time or another. We’re human. I think what’s more important is that you can own your mistakes … When you build that trust within an organization or with your supervisors or team, it’s a lot easier to be able to fix those mistakes without trying to be shameful or hide something.”


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