The idea to pursue an MBA took form while I was working in a corporate strategy team for an environmental services company in India. Although it took another 7 years, a master’s degree (in engineering management), and a pandemic before I formally applied to business schools, the experiences I acquired in the interim ascertained my aspiration to pursue an MBA from a top tier school. Be it be internships in healthcare/ aviation, making sandwiches at Jimmy Johns, driving for Lyft, or working for Eaton Corporation (starting in the leadership development program working in lighting, research, filtration, and currently in Hydraulics divisions), I have always been curious as to how senior leadership made business decisions and drove the company forward. Having access to phenomenal professors, classmates, and other resources at Ross, I am learning how to be a better business leader and decision maker each day. I truly appreciate the academic rigor, diversity of thought, and the sense of collaboration offered at Ross. In a hyper competitive environment of go-getters, students excel at being "go-givers" and that makes the learning experience more special.
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