I grew up in Northern Virginia and graduated from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business Master of Quantitative Management program in May of 2022. Prior to my time at Duke, I attended the University of Virginia where I majored in Mechanical Engineering and minored in Engineering Business. I graduated with distinction in 2021. Currently, I am working at Fox Robotics as an Associate Product Manager in Austin, Texas.

In my free time, I enjoy watching movies and tv, trying new restaurants, and spending time with family and friends. By the way, the triangle area has some great options for food. I recommend Elmo’s for breakfast, Namu for lunch, Noodle Boulevard & Tandoori Bites for dinner, and Andia’s Ice Cream for dessert. Feel free to reach out to me on LinkedIn if you need any other recommendations.

I decided to pursue a master’s degree after my internship as an industrial engineer at Rolls-Royce during the summer of 2020. This internship opened my eyes to the world of data and how powerful it can be used to make business decisions. I ultimately chose Duke because the MQM program had the right balance of soft and technical skills that I could leverage throughout my entire career.

At Duke, I was a student leader as one of the judicial representatives in the Master of Quantitative Management Association (MQMA) and an admissions ambassador. My favorite way to get involved beyond the MQM program was by attending various events that MQMA would coordinate over the school year. My favorite was bingo where I won a Duke camping chair. While classes could be difficult at times, the people I met and the experiences I had at Duke were second to none, and I would not trade it for the world.