Priya Trivedi, Class of 2013

Sep 12, 2013
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Priya Trivedi

“It’s not about the number of years of experience you have, but the quality of the experience."

Hi everyone! I am currently in a 1-year MBA program at the Richard Ivey School of Business, Western University.

Coming from a family of entrepreneurs, I have always been immersed in the world of business. This foundation led me to pursue a business undergraduate degree at University of Toronto, where I discovered my interest in marketing and strategic management. Upon graduation, I started working with a direct marketing company called Epsilon, first as an intern out of London, UK, and then in a permanent position out of Toronto, ON.

In 2012, I completed a Certificate in E-business and Web Marketing, and volunteered as the Marketing & Communications Lead for a non-profit organization while working full-time. At Ivey, I was elected Co-President of the Marketing & Sales Club, where I have had the opportunity to manage several initiatives to maximize the value of the club experience for members while being in a leadership position for the fastest growing career club at the school.

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