My road in life took a while to figure out.
The transition to college was pivotal to me, moving from a small community to attend a large university.
My move to Atlanta was a big cultural adjustment. All in all, I was there five years, and it was a great experience.
I spent six months in Melbourne, Australia on a secondment, which let me step back and consider whether I should consider where to live my life going forward.
Moving here to the Bay Area was a fresh start for me and, having recently been promoted to manager, coincided with a new point in my career.
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Managing Partner, EY San Francisco office

I'm the face of EY locally, both externally with our clients and internally our people, driving their engagement.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Non-Profit Organizations
Problem Solving

Day to Day

Although there’s no such thing a as typical day for me, the commonality across all my days is connecting with people. Despite being an introvert, I find I enjoy and even feel energized through interacting with people – often in a sales or a coaching capacity or some combination of those two. I’m often addressing challenges for clients and people. I’m always asking, “How can I help?” And I’m sure to follow through to build credibility with them.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for high school students

Find people in the profession and make an effort to discover what they like and don’t like about what they do every day. You’ll get a real understanding of the profession this way.

Recommended Education

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The Noise I Shed

From Parents:

"My parents really wanted me to be an engineer or a doctor."

Challenges I Overcame

First-Generation College Student