McKinsey & Company
Business Analyst, September 2015-present; Summer Business Analyst, May 2014-August 2014
I am currently a business analyst in the New York Office at McKinsey & Company, a management consulting firm. In the summer of 2014, I worked as a summer business analyst.
Counselor/Voyageur Leader, June 2015-August 2015
In the summer of 2015, I was a staff member at Deerfoot Lodge, a Christian camp for boys in the Adirondacks. I received CPR and Wilderness First Aid (WFA) certifications. I led a two-week canoe hike up the Allagash River in Maine (for a total of 93 miles) with six 17-year-old boys and one other counselor; we also summitted Mount Katahdin, the highest mountain in Maine. I was also the Island assistant for two weeks, where I assisted running the Island, the oldest section of camp (14-16 year old boys). Finally, I was a counselor in the Woodsmen section (where I had a cabin of nine 10-year-old boys) and the Point section (where I had a cabin of five 13-year-old boys).
Drinker Biddle & Reath
Intern, Commercial Litigation, May 2013-June 2013
In the summer of 2013, I worked as an intern in the commercial litigation division of Drinker Biddle & Reath, ranked the #4 corporate law firm in the Philadelphia market by Corporate Board Member. I prepared memoranda on eDiscovery technology, cases, expert witnesses, and new laws.
Intern, Project Management and Marketing, June 2012-August 2012
In the summer of 2012, I was an project management and marketing intern for numberFire, a sports analytics and predictions technology startup in New York City, where I reported to the COO. We sold insights and projections to consumers, media outlets, teams, and leagues. Currently, numberFire beats its competitors 61% of the time, and the Vegas NFL odds 58% of the time. Investors include RRE Ventures, NYU Innovation Venture Fund, Correlation Ventures, PennyBlack, and The Box Group. It’s been through TechCrunch Disrupt and Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator and currently partners with ESPN, Bleacher Report, SB Nation, Sports Illustrated, Thrillist, and StubHub.
I created, designed, and administered a collegiate marketing program. In doing so, I managed team of four interns at various campuses; planned strategies; set goals and timeline; organized and led meetings; and tracked progress. I also analyzed and synthesized e-commerce solutions for product placement, and presented to firm officers. Finally, I programmed several quantitative analysis tools, including a player injury analyzer, game odds calculator, and play-by-play XML scraper. I also automated workflows using Excel and Automator.