Growing up in the concrete jungle of NYC, I wanted to see something new for college and ended up in the rolling hills of Charlottesville, VA at the University of Virginia. I studied Biology and found an interest in Economics as well. After college I came back to NYC working in medical device Clinical Support and Sales for Abbott Labs, in their Cardiac Rhythm Management and Electrophysiology organization. I loved working in the fast paced environment of the OR and the clinic offices, collaborating with physicians and improving patients' lives.
I came to Ross because I wanted to get more into the product development side of things. I want to take my experience in the field, combine that with what I'm learning at Ross and take on a more strategic role in the future generations of medical devices. I came to Ross because of its focus on building a better world through business, as well as all the action-based learning opportunities. The University of Michigan's strengths in STEM were also attractive, because I knew I had access to amazing resources across the university.
Happy to talk about anyone interested in Ross or any organizations I've interacted with!