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Lindsey Windham, Tuck ’15, came to the Tuck School of Business to broaden her impact. She’s leaving with the skills and confidence to do that, along with a new career. Below, Windham talks about her Tuck experience.
“My two years at Tuck strengthened my business intuition, imbued me with confidence to lead, and inspired me to make a major career transition,” says Lindsey Windham, Tuck ’15. (Photo by Rob Strong ’04)
For the past five years, education reform was my life. I came to Tuck not to leave education and the public sector for good, but to garner experience that would make me more impactful in the future. Tuck has been a great place to explore new careers and industries because of the way my experience here has built my confidence in my business intuition and analytical ability. My next role, in the private sector, will allow me to put these new skills to use so I can truly be equipped to contribute to education reform later in my career at a higher level. I’m proud of what I’ve accomplished at Tuck and what it means for my ultimate impact on the world.
My two years at Tuck strengthened my business intuition, imbued me with confidence to lead, and inspired me to make a major career transition. The time here, with these people, was life-shaping and life-changing, and I’ll always look back on it with gratitude.