As cutthroat and profit-incentivized contemporary corporate business can be, I believe most people enter business to serve a purpose. My holy grail is to be at the forefront optimizing methods of the private sector to the public sector to fuel more socially-minded and efficient business ecosystems. I study Finance at the Kelley School of Business, and the experiences I gain through my go-getter attitude lead me a step closer to my personal and societal vision.
At school, I'm a curious learner. Deriving applicative meaning from my coursework and activities, I manage the finances of my residential hall, conduct research on human-robot interaction at Indiana University's Living Laboratory for Research In Human-Robot Systems (r-house), help provide a professional network for the members in our business professional fraternity, and presented at the Midwest Undergraduate Cognitive Science Conference. Currently, I provide market data, legal eligibility research, and technological assurance for a tech startup called DamoGO.
Having started three (two of which failed) and worked at two start-ups, I constantly seek for value where value is found. Speaking of which, I'm also a committed micro-cap trader, as have been investing in stocks and mutual funds since high school. I am pursuing a co-concentration in Technology Management to further develop my interest in applying the intersection between finance and technology and promote efficiency and growth in businesses.
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