"The PPE provided me with the tools I needed to have critical and creative thinking."

Madeline Lasota graduated from Philosophy, Politics and Economics in 2022.

City of origin

Chicago (United States).

2. business where you are currently employed and occupation

Oracle Functional Consultant.

3. What does your day-to-day work at work space consist of?

On a day-to-day basis, I meet with cross-functional teams to align and ensure progress is made toward achieving specific milestones of a project. work with a wide variety of clients, from large corporations to non-profits, to help them accurately track their expenses and revenue-related transactions. Specifically, I lead an implementation process area that will optimize my client's day-to-day operations.

4. What things did you learn in the PPE that you are currently being able to apply in your work space?

PPE provided me with the necessary tools for critical and creative thinking. Much of my work does not have a specific solution: it requires hours of creating customized solutions. In addition, PPE helped me acquire a strong collaborative work ethic, focusing on people rather than processes.

5. Where would you like to direct your professional career in the coming years?

I would like to expand my skills to become a consultant capable of leading implementation teams from start to finish. On the other hand, my passion has always been focused on non-profit organizations, so work mainly on projects that help these organizations to update their processes. In the future, I see myself as an operations manager in a non-profit organization.

6. What committee would you give to current PPE students?

Your work ethic will take you far. Let them learn to work in teams, to think critically and to perform small tasks. This will give them a superpower to solve complex problems. The small details of your work matter more than you think, and it is in these small habits that you form now, during your university programs of study , that you will build a solid degree program professional.

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