In my previous professional experience, I had the chance to work with teams from different countries and cultures, including the U.S., Peru, Chile, Uruguay, Brazil, and Costa Rica. I have a lot of international experience, but the MAM degree offered me something more. I’m gaining critical thinking and management strategy skills that are preparing me to make a lasting impact on both business and society.
The challenges we’re facing today require leaders who truly understand them and who have the tools to navigate this uncharted territory. Yale SOM’s curriculum is flexible and it introduces us to the evolving trends and practices impacting economics, finance, entrepreneurship, leadership, and business ethics. These are all parts of the puzzle in becoming global leaders.
Being an inclusive and diverse school is important here. The way that Yale SOM faculty and students embrace these values is impressive. We have an extraordinary sense of community. Our student clubs are one of the best ways to experience it. The SOM United Soccer Club, the Yale Grad Crew, and the Association of Hispanic and Latin American Students have all helped me meet new people and make connections that I know will last. For me, Yale SOM isn’t just about creating a network. It’s about creating lifelong bonds with global leaders and brilliant minds.