Women at D'Amore-McKim

“The only way to conduct a thorough investment analysis is to go deep into the data. When I’m hiring financial analysts, I always give them a quiz about their accounting knowledge to make sure they have those skills.”

Undergraduate Degree: French Literature

“When I did my residency in finance, I was surprised by how much I liked the field…As a result of that experience, I have accepted a full-time job in finance.”

Xilian Sansoucy, DMSB’21, is taking over our Instagram account @damoremckim this week! Follow along for an inside look at her co-op experiences with Toast Inc. and edX, her global experiences in Singapore and India, and more!

“I chose Northeastern because I wanted a program that would break me out of my shell…As a result, I’ve become much more confident, and I’m proud of that. “

“The thing I enjoy the most about this program is the variety of tech skills that I’ve learned so far. And I’ve become close to the people in my cohort.”

“When I told my friends that you can actually run a real fund here, they couldn’t believe it. They had never had that opportunity themselves. It’s a really attractive part of the program and gives you experience in investments that a book can’t teach you.”

New research by Kimberly A. Eddleston suggests that people who routinely work from home are no less likely to be promoted than those who don’t, but that they’re less likely to get raises at the same rate.

With the addition of Professor Paula Caligiuri to the Academy of International Business’ select fellowship ranks, D’Amore-McKim School of Business has the highest concentration of AIB Fellows at one academic institution.

Nada Sanders, Distinguished Professor of supply chain management, warns about the upset in global supply chains from the COVID-19 outbreak.

Barbara Larson, executive professor of management in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, studies the effects of working remotely. Photo by Ruby Wallau/Northeastern University