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Work Smarter

Success in life often comes from possessing and utilizing the proper skills; traits of which you are aware and have demonstrated to others.

This page applauds those students who, recognized by their peers, are organized, responsible, accountable, flexible, creative, motivational, self-confident, ethical, analytical, detail oriented, supportive, effective listeners and communicators, leaders, able to delegate authority, and play well with others. These outstanding individuals "Work Smarter...Not Harder."

 

Recognized by his fellow classmates in the Strategic Management for a Global Environment course for the fall 2015 semester.

Following his graduation from Lehigh University in 2016 with a B.S. in finance and accounting, Shaan will work in investment banking in New York City.  He will help advise clients on strategic decisions including mergers, acquisitions, and restructurings.

Recognized by his fellow classmates in the Business Minor Program ending in the spring 2016 semester.

Zach is currently interning for the U.S. Navy at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division.  He intends to work as an engineer in the defense or aerospace industry for either the U.S. Government or a private company focusing on research and development.  Zach plans to return to school for his MBA sometime in the future.  Work aside, Zach enjoys spending time with his family, friends, golf, and fishing.  

 

 

Recognized by her fellow classmates in the Business Minor Program ending in the spring 2016 semester.

Next year Morgan will pursue a Master's Degree in Management Science at Lehigh University under the Presidential Scholarship.  Upon completion, Ms. Coonrad plans to enter management consulting with a focus on human capital management.  A long-term goal is to own an international nonprofit aimed at improving education conditions for women and girls around the world. 

 

Recognized by his fellow classmates in the Strategic Management for a Global Environment course for the spring 2016 semester.

Kenneth visualizes his ideal organization as one that provides tremendous opportunities for personal growth while maintaining a core value of communal improvements through philanthropy.  J.P. Morgan Chase, an organization that fits such criteria, will be his employer startingthe end of July 2016 where he will be working as a financial analyst.  Because of the size of the organization and with the multitude of services it provides, Kenneth will be aiming to move not only vertically within the company, but also horizontally along the different business functions.  This mobility will allow him to learn about the financial services industry from various perspectives and, hopefully, allow him to achieve his personal goals of: (1) purchasing a house with an indoor water slide, (2) purchasing a beach house for his parents, and (3) establishing successful and effective philanthropic initiatives for the community at large.