Yasmin is a young professional with experience in the fields of law, management consulting and startups. She hopes to use the MBA credentials she will receive through the scholarship to broaden her contribution to her current role at education startup Forage and join the board of directors of a nonprofit that cares and cares for child sexual abuse survivors Provides support.
After completing her Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts with a focus on international studies, Yasmin worked for four years as a lawyer in the law firm Clayton Utz. “I have gradually built my reputation as a hardworking, high performing lawyer and gained experience handling global litigation for some of the world’s largest corporations,” she said.
In 2018, Yasmin switched her career to management consulting after wondering if a legal career would meet her career goals. She was immediately drawn into the consulting world and, within her first year, selected to participate in the Consulting Leadership Program that promoted the national company’s 100 most talented women to leadership roles.
Throughout her career, Yasmin has had the opportunity to work closely with child sexual abuse survivors. While learning their experiences was incredibly challenging, it was “the most rewarding experience of my career so far”. Yasmin had an ongoing interest in continuing to find ways to support survivors of child sexual abuse.