When I was 16, I stumbled upon The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.
I devoured the seminal self-help book and promptly told my mom all about how we should start with the end in mind, prioritize what’s important and non-urgent over what’s urgent but trivial, and seek win-win outcomes.
From then on, I’ve been hooked on non-fiction books. I crave “aha” moments like an addict and fall victim to Amazon’s one-click buy for Kindle books.
Now I’m a student in the Stanford MBA program, where I learn from the world’s leading experts in leadership and business.
Previously, I studied computer science at MIT, worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Company, and as a product manager for the tech scale-up Cognite. After two years as a product manager, I was promoted to lead a team of product managers.
Outside of work and non-fiction books, I adore cross-country skiing, dinner parties in the style of Art of the Gathering, and hunting for the best cinnamon rolls in local bakeries.