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Happy February everybody! We are kicking off the new month by continuing our futurealumnifriday series. Receiving a job offer from a Big 4 ing firm before even completing my third semester at the U just over a year after moving to Utah from Brazil. What is something you think everyone should do at least once in their lives? In what way have you been most impacted during your time at the Eccles School? The Goff Scholars program has been the most impactful aspect for my education at the Eccles School. Being able to work on real world problems and present recommendations to a board of directors has an immeasurable value and Women looking in Wallwitz taught me more than every other class combined.
What is something you learned at the Eccles School that you will never forget? Hopefully ing and economics. Jokes apart, I believe I will never forget the importance of giving back to those around us. When we tend in our daily routines to turn inward and ask how something will benefit our own life, I have found most fulfillment in times where I turn outwards.
Whether that is through a service project with Beta Alpha Psi or through tutoring someone for a specific subject or even listening to someone going through a hard time — the most important thing is to always be looking for opportunities to serve. I will start my career with public ing specifically focused on financial services audit Banks, PE, VC. I could also see myself as an economics or Women looking in Wallwitz professor after many years of industry experience. Who has been your most influential professor at the Eccles School?
Professor Schaefer. He is brilliant and extremely smart. He pushes me out of my comfort zone in every class and interaction I have with him, helping me grow as a student and also as a person. If you could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, what would you have a good chance at winner a medal for?
Studying — if it was an endurance sport I could definitely compete in it. I have a couple of times studied for over 20 hours straight. My favorite memory is being part Women looking in Wallwitz the Corporate Outreach family. Katie Abby, Kate Peleshak, and Diana Woodbury took me in to work for them just a month after I moved here from Brazil and taught me extremely much and to this day are still mentors for me in my life. If you could have dinner with any person, dead or alive, who would it be and why? Get busy and get involved!
What are you going to miss most about the David Eccles School of Business when you graduate? If your life were a movie, what would the title be? Who would play you? Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Next. What was your first job? English and German instructor at a language school in Brazil. What is a book you read recently? What was the best part? Fahrenheit — not sure if there is one singular best part.
What accomplishment are Women looking in Wallwitz most proud of? Visit Brazil. Describe yourself in one or two words.
Dedicated and caring. What is the best business advice you have received? Network, network, network. What is the best way to start the day? What do you want to do in your professional Women looking in Wallwitz What song do you have completely memorized? Senhor do Tempo — Charlie Brown Jr. What is your favorite memory so far at the U? What advice would you give to an incoming freshman at the U? What are you most looking forward to in the next years? Starting my career, starting a family, and giving back to the community I live in. The daily interactions with my professors and friends.
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