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Posted by: on September 9, 2019

I love my job

I really love my job – I consider it such a privilege to be able to use my hands to transform lives. It’s a job that I’ve been steadily working towards since my 5th year of medical school. Nights being on call, exams every year, many extra courses and workshops around the world to gain […]

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Posted by: on September 4, 2019

3 things I learned interning at a purpose consultancy

In all honesty, I never thought I’d work at a consultancy. I tend to be more of an introvert, and while I’ve worked in sales and marketing (and loved it), I shied away from consulting because I believed it was “for extroverts”. Well, that’s not true at all (see this Fast Company article if you […]

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Posted by: on August 19, 2019

A Day in the Life of a REVOLT Intern

During the MBA, I worked with Mars Catalyst to organise the Oxford Responsible Business Forum. From my work with the Mars team, I was introduced to REVOLT, a uniquely “independent purpose consultancy that harnesses the power of branding to create real change in the world” where I will be completing an Associate Consulting Internship. Every […]

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Posted by: on February 11, 2019

Why an Oxford MBA after working in Private Equity?

Sometimes people choose their life path, but sometimes they are living the lives in which they were chosen to be. It makes sense, we are only 18 years old when we are supposed to take one of the most important decisions of our lives: “What to study? Which college to go to? What do we […]

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Posted by: on October 8, 2018

Beginning the MBA Journey: Lessons on Global Surgery

Prior to starting the Oxford MBA programme launch at Saïd Business School, I had the opportunity to attend a global health conference at the iconic Blavatnik School of Government, run by the Global Anaesthesia, Surgery & Obstetric Collaboration (GASOC) in Oxford – a trainee-led group of junior doctors committed to promoting access to global surgery – by […]

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Posted by: on May 24, 2018

You must drop the rocks to receive the diamonds

Most people experience that point in the MBA when you simply do not know what to do! I commend you (yes, commend) if you are experiencing this right now. I came into the MBA programme with an intention to learn how I could shift big businesses to be more sustainable and purpose driven, as I […]

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Posted by: on March 26, 2018

Want to make an impact? Learn how to be kind to yourself

I am sure most of you have had that moment where your attempt at a good intention failed. Maybe you bought a gift for someone that they were disappointed with. Or you told someone “you look great today” and they responded “are you saying I don’t look good every day?” Or in the case of […]

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Posted by: on August 23, 2017

Post-MBA Thoughts on Purpose

In Trinity Term one of my favourite MBA electives was the Nature of the Corporation. In this course we asked, “what’s the purpose of a corporation?”, “do companies need to have a clear purpose?”, “how many corporations adhere to a healthy reason for their being?”, “is this reason good for shareholders alone or does it have a […]

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Posted by: on July 27, 2016

Student Spotlight #1

Everyone I’ve spoken with from our incoming class seems really excited to get to know their other classmates. Of course they are! We’re quite fun and interesting people, if I do say so myself. But we also have a quite large class size of about 320. There’s no way you’ll be able to truly get […]

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Posted by: on June 20, 2016

There’s always a way

After leaving the military last December, I decided to get my feet wet in the technology sector, the industry I want to be involved after Oxford. After working many different roles in the private and public sector, I realized that the technology has been and will always be the main force that changes and influences […]

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