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I generally think of myself in three different lights: Nerdy Max, Suited-Up Max and Leisure Max.
I grew up in the Jewish bubble township of Hewlett, Long Island, about 20 minutes outside of New York City. I obtained my undergraduate degree in Industrial and Operations Engineering at the University of Michigan in 2016. In 2017, I obtained my Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering and matriculated into the Tauber Institute for Global Operations at the Ross School of Business. I was lucky to serve as Student Body President of the Institute during my final year in Ann Arbor.
Suited Up Max: I tend to describe a few of my strengths being centered around building new processes and products that improves not only business environments but markets around the world. My passion for process improvement started during the summer of 2011, when I was shadowing healthcare practitioners, managers and physicians at a Partners in Health hospital in Rwanda. The hospital was working on various models on reducing the lead time for HIV drugs in areas of the continent that had no paved roads or necessary number of vehicles for transport. This experience led me to choose Industrial Engineering as my degree. After working a summer on Wall Street where I implemented a dashboard that monitored the assets of my client in relation to the new Volcker Rule constraints, I matriculated into the Tauber Institute for Global Operations. The combination of my nerdy side and the Suited-Up version of myself has led me to Dell Technologies where I am currently managing a Commercial Desktop PC line and coordinating engineering and business efforts on the team in Austin, Texas.