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My Path To Coaching

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After I received my Morgan Stanley investment banking offer I wanted to relax like the others, but I found a lost first-year that had no idea where to begin his journey. I knew immediately I wanted to make his life easier. The intimidating path of finding your professional calling doesn't have to be difficult or stressful – all it takes is the right guiding hand, and thus I began my coaching. 

From that moment, I wanted to help others experience the same growth I did. I became president of our business society (5000+ members) where I brought in Fortune 500 companies and watched countless Bruins experience the transformation I did. But what I enjoyed most was the mentoring; I connected with several more underclassmen and helped them find their path, find their passion, and most importantly, find success and happiness as they all received incredible full-time job offers.

 

Let me do the same for you. Let me make the confusing time that is college just a little bit easier.

About Me

1. UCLA, Most Applied to University, Summa Cum Laude Graduate (4.0/4.0 GPA)

I graduated from UCLA 1 year early where I was president of our business society and VP of our sole club with a student-run investment fund

2. Investment Banking Analyst

I interned with Morgan Stanley’s M&A investment banking team, but I wanted a greater technology focus, so I joined PJT’s (Blackstone spin-off) San Francisco technology group

3. International & Tri-Lingual

Most of my family is in Israel/Argentina (my parents moved here to attend Stanford) which has helped me develop connections across countless countries as well as fluency in Spanish/Hebrew. In terms of international students' recruiting, this is a differentiating factor where I can most help, especially with the competitiveness that visa sponsoring often entails

4. Coach and Mentor

Most importantly, I’m a coach and mentor. At UCLA, I took a handful of underclassmen under my wing and helped them find their calling. Although recruiting in competitive business fields such as investment banking or consulting can seem daunting, I want to take the experiences I’ve gathered, help you find your path, and make it simple

Notable Experience and Achievements

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Industry/Recruiting Experience

Investment Banking

Private Equity

Consulting

Hedge Funds

Business Development

Marketing

Tech Start-Up

Achievements at UCLA

4.0/4.0 GPA at UCLA (Summa Cum Laude)

770 GMAT (99th Percentile)

Investment Banking at Morgan Stanley and PJT

President of UCLA’s Business Society

Vice President of UCLA’s Premier Investing Club

2020 Credit Suisse Case Competition (1st place)

My Path To Coaching

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Coming into college focused on entrepreneurship and VC, I leaned heavily on mentors to guide me on my path to Investment Banking and Investing. After receiving my Morgan Stanley Summer Analyst offer, I reflected on the invaluable advice that I was given, and I decided to pay it forward. 

I've discovered true fulfillment in mentoring, as building authentic relationships and helping drive the success of those around me is exciting. College is simultaneously exhilarating and stressful; it's critical to effectively navigate the plethora of professional and academic opportunities, so let me help you position yourself for long-term success. 

About Me

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Phi Beta Kappa, 5.0/5.0 GPA

I graduated from MIT 1 semester early, earning Phi Beta Kappa Honors. I was a Member of Global Platinum Securities (intercollegiate student investment club) and Co-Founder of an intercollegiate student venture capital organization.

2. Investment Banking Analyst

I interned with Morgan Stanley's New York Global Technology Group, where I focused on M&A transactions. For full-time, I work in the Technology Group's M&A subvertical.

3. Unique Socioeconomic Background 

Having grown up in a low-income family, I attended college as a QuestBridge Scholar and thus built a unique community among first generation and fellow low income peers. Such an experience has given me a unique insight on relationship building, recruiting, and navigating the nuances that accompany the industry.

4. Life-Long Student, Mentor

The free exchange of ideas with those around you is a powerful learning mechanism, and thus I'm always excited to meet new people and learn from their perspectives. I've incorporated my "life-long student" mantra into my mentoring efforts, building authentic relationships with my students and finding fulfillment in their successes. My inbox is always open, so please reach out to chat!

Notable Experience and Achievements

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Industry/Recruiting Experience

Investment Banking

Private Equity

Hedge Funds

Business Development

Marketing

Tech Start-Up

Achievements at MIT

5.0/5.0 GPA (Phi Beta Kappa)

Stanford GSB Deferred MBA Admit

Investment Banking at Morgan Stanley

Venture Capital at Greycroft

Member of Global Platinum Securities

Co-Founder of MIT's largest student VC club

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