Jade joined Accenture as a Management Consulting Analyst in July 2010. Prior to Accenture, she held internships in areas including financial services, real estate investments, and nonprofit organizations. Jade is currently the MCDP Central Region Diversity & Inclusion Lead and CAAT Civic Committee Co-Lead. On her free time, she enjoys exercising, volunteering, as well as organizing and participating in recruiting activities.
Jade received a degree in Communications and Economics with a concentration in Business from Northwestern University in 2010. In addition to her work, she is also pursuing a Masters Degree at Northwestern University.
First of all—Congratulations on being admitted to MSC.
Second of all—Welcome to Northwestern!
As the start off class is slowly, or rapidly, approaching for those enrolled in the fall, I am excited for all of you while you deep dive into Change Management from Professor Roloff (I’m hoping this is still the fall core class) and start [...]
Chantecaille is a brand I’ve recently stumbled upon while shopping in Nordstrom on Michigan Avenue. Chantecaille is a family owned global luxury skincare and cosmetics brand, headquartered in New York, known for its high concentration use of natural botanicals. I thought it was pretty cool to find a cosmetic brand that is free from chemicals [...]
If you’ve read one of my previous blogs, then you might have already known that I’ve had my eyes set on MSC since my last year of undergrad. When I was applying to the program, I had no intentions of getting the master’s degree to change jobs. I am still doing what I did before [...]
Earlier this year I wrote a blog about Social Media and Retailers – how social media affects retailers and how retailers are turning to social media as an avenue to improve revenue and spear profit for the company. But social media is not only beneficial or useful to retailers, realistically speaking, social media has slowly [...]
Google has recently launched an effort to increase diversity and hire and promote enough women. In order to do so, Google compiled and analyzed data within its own HR practice.
Google’s data showed some women did not make pass the phone interview because they did not flaunt their achievements, leaving interviewers viewing them as unaccomplished candidates.
If you’re read my previous post about international students but you’re a working professional yourself, then that blog was not as helpful / useful as you would have liked it to be. To be fair, the tag line was geared towards international students Well, fear not, I am thinking about you, those that [...]
Below is a list of “10 Reasons to Go For Your Dream Job” by Chelsea Fagan that I stumbled upon recently – a good read and things to keep in mind about for your current and future jobs.
1. You’re going to need a job no matter what.
If you’re looking forward to such luxuries in life [...]
I’m not only a graduate of NU’s School of Communications program, but I’m also a graduate of its undergraduate SoC program. I started out as a double degree at Northwestern University School of Music and Weinberg Arts and Sciences, but later transferred to the School of Communications and then graduated with a degree in Communication [...]
I was recently contacted by an admitted international student, unclear if MSC would be a good fit since the individual does not have work experience and views MSC as a program that is most beneficial for working professionals. I’m glad the individual reached out and asked questions that are relevant to international students because I [...]
Forbes estimated that the final price tag to host the Summer 2012 Olympics falls somewhere between $15 billion to $20 billion.
Although having the tourists fly in from all around the world for the games have immediate benefits to the Olympics hosting city, the real benefits come from long-term gains of a healthy boost in tourism. [...]