I was born in Moldova, in the Soviet Union, and have since then been slowly moving westwards. Prior to b-school I worked at Siemens in Munich, Germany as an IT consultant. I became a Kenan Institute liaison because I could not stand by and watch Institute’s excellent resources remain unused by the MBAs. In this position, my goals are to learn more about the Institute, raise awareness among my classmates, and inform them about the opportunities at the Institute. It’s a very entrepreneurial, self-starter position–it literally is what you make of it. My fellow liaisons are among the most driven, energetic and inspiring people at the business school. It’s been a pleasure.