My negotiation’s professor told us on our first day of class that we would need to strike a work-work balance in his class. I remember laughing, thinking to myself, “how bad could it be?” And now, I haven’t written in few weeks, because I have been living a work-work balance, with say 20% of my…… Continue reading The Work-Work Balance
I spent the last week in orientation at the Harvard Kennedy School. While much of time was spent meeting my new classmates, talking about how to register for class, health services, facilities and libraries, we also had the chance to listen and engage in some interesting discussions. One point that really stuck with me from…… Continue reading Is Impact More Important Than Intent?
Five days ago, I arrived in Boston with my life packed up in three bags, and thanks to Amazon, I had a mattress, sheets and towels waiting for me in the lobby of my student housing. After moving every year for the past 6 years (Atlanta, San Francisco, Nairobi, Bogota, NYC x2), it thankfully does…… Continue reading I’m a Master’s Student at the Harvard Kennedy School