My Thunderbird Experience - Ana Paula Chavarry Pizzorno
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Hello, I am on a from Peru and this may I am graduating with my bachelors in Global management but I still have one more year thunderbird to earn my Master's degree. If you seem to continue my Thunderbird journey doesn't in itself tell you how highly I regard my experience. I can still remember my first class ever principles of gold management. Talk about my favorite professor, Dr Roy nelson as an international student. So far away from home, I was extremely nervous and I did not know what to expect, but when I looked around and so that some of my peers or international students as well and when I realized the caliber of professor nelson and the rest of the faculty, I knew I, I made the right decision thankfully. Since that first class, I have been blessed with many opportunities and experiences. The Thunderbird program has prepared me to be a global leader, to manage cross cultural teams and to be comfortable in the most uncomfortable situations. Thank you Thank you to the standard professors and alumni. I have been able to obtain valuable experience through different internships, insightful career advice and of course a complete took it on how to network. I wanted to say to the professors, my mentors and the Thunder Word stuff. Thank you so so much from the classroom to office hours or two informal conversations. Each and every one of you have left a little bit of knowledge in me that I will never forget. You're teaching your wisdom and your advice was definitely not taken for granted. Thank you for making my journey and the journey of my peers academically challenging and so rewarding. My peers have all them imported knowledge and contributed to my learning in ways they probably don't even know. Thank you especially for all the memories and for the beautiful moments. My family in a way, um, has been part of my thunderbird journey. My dad as a proud thunderbird alum is the one to blame about me ending up a thunderbird in the first place. Congratulations fellow class of 2020, we are set now and we will change the world. So I'm really excited to see what you'll end up doing with your careers.