Adulting at 25
April 16, 2018
As many of you know, I started working at Eagle Hill Consulting as a Management Consultant Associate at the beginning of this year. I am placed on the Customs and Border Protection account under the Department of Homeland Security. I lead the process improvement workstream on my team, identifying, documenting, and reengineering operational processes for our client’s program functions. I also draft mass communications that are sent to our customers about updated processes and services. Lastly, I create onboarding decks for new employees who join our team and give New Employee Orientation presentations. I am known as the #onboardingqueen! So far, I enjoy the challenge of learning something new every day in the federal consulting world and hope to continue to grow my skill sets.
On a more personal note, I simultaneously hit my quarter life crisis trying to figure out what I want to be when I grow up and celebrating my 25th birthday at the Happiest Place on Earth last month! I went to Disneyworld in Orlando and explored all four amusement parks; Epcot was by far my favorite. As a devoted foodie, getting a taste of the food and culture from around the world was both delicious and fulfilling! During my trip in Florida, I also drove down to Miami to watch the sunrise at South Beach, visit the Ice Cream Museum, and eat delicious Cuban food in Little Havana. I also had the opportunity to visit the Everglades National Park; I am now an official annual pass holder for the National Parks!
Below are some photos highlighting the best parts of my Florida trip:
The start of spring wouldn’t be complete without some photos of the beautiful cherry blossoms surrounding the Tidal Basin in Washington, DC. And as we millennials like to say:
Trending: Sakura Season.
To everyone reading this post, I want to thank you for the mentorship, partnership, and friendship you have provided me over the years. Whether you had a (coffee) chat with me, gave me advice on best practices to navigate through the consulting world, or encouraged me to continue to engage with the Asian American and Pacific Islander community, I am truly grateful for your faith in my potential to succeed as a consultant and as a leader.