Hometown: Mumbai (Bombay), India
Undergraduate education: Washington and Lee University, Virginia (Majors: Economics; Business Administration)
Previous occupation: Too many to list here
Future plans: Still soul searching
Darden activities: Darden Student Blogger; Student Admissions Committee; Net Impact Board Fellow; General Management & Operations Club; 2014 Class Representative, Finance Club; Darden Capital Management
living in India until the age of eighteen, Rohan moved to the United States to
pursue his undergraduate studies at Washington and Lee University. Since
graduating, Rohan has worked as an analyst at an investment bank, a consultant
to an urban public school system and an economic policy researcher at a think
tank. Before starting his MBA he spent three months working with a microfinance
institution in Cambodia.
first visited Darden as an undergraduate and loved the school. While exploring
business school options, he came back to Grounds to meet Darden students,
faculty and staff and knew he had found the right school for himself. He is now
a very proud member of the Darden Class of 2014, soaking in Darden’s unique
traditions and teaching methods including First Coffee, the case study method
and learning team.
enjoys writing and is very excited to have been selected as a Darden Student
Blogger. He spent his junior year abroad in London where he maintained a blog.
At his think tank job he published op-eds in Forbes, National Review, Real
Clear Markets, The Daily Caller and The Diplomat, among many other outlets. He
is happy to have this opportunity to continue writing and share his Darden
experience with prospective and current students, faculty, family and
little spare time that he gets from the crazy schedule of a Darden FY, Rohan
enjoys exploring all that Charlottesville has to offer and playing basketball,
tennis and running.
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