A tale of discovering the career I wasn’t looking for.

As with most undergrads, I spent my first years of college in a period of discovery. After originally pursuing a degree in bio-physics, I redirected my focus after earning a D in calculus (my first and only D in life). Unsure of what exactly I wanted to be when I grew up, I settled on a degree in Business Management.

At that point, I had no idea what I would ultimately do with that degree, but I knew that understanding business operations would be an asset to my future. While I was in…

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