After taking a relatively non-traditional path (broken out below), I'm now in my second year at a well-regarded corporate fund focused on that invests in healthcare (HCIT / Devices / Services) companies across the full life-cycle (seed => LBOs alongside PE megafunds). Happy to share thoughts on the space in general, my day-to-day, or the lessons I learned making the journey to this point.
Undergrad @ top 50 public school (non-target) => MSF at a semi-target => Sponsors at a MM IB => top-tier HF FOF => Current VC fund
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I will do my best to respond to all questions but there could (probably will) be some lag here in there. If your questions are specific to your background or recruiting situation, I am also a mentor through WSO's service and would recommend you go through that channel (it's a great resource in general).
Do you want a 1 on 1 mentoring session with me? Here's my mentor profile - click here.
Member @The Stranger explains why he has always been in a rush. From finishing college in just 20 months, to landing a key internship before his MSF in order to position himself to break into IB, to prepping for buyside interviews -- he was always moving fast until the unexpected happened. Some great advice in the podcast on positioning yourself for your next career jump and life in general.