Education 1999 – present mit sloan School of Management



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TAMARA B. CHARM

358 Washington Street, Apt.1

Somerville, MA 02143

(617) 625-9929

tcharm@mit.edu
Education

1999 – present MIT Sloan School of Management Cambridge, MA

Candidate for Master of Business Administration, June 2001


  • Program focus: Strategic Management and Applied Economic Analysis

  • Teaching Assistant: Microeconomics and Strategy & Organization, Officer: Socially Responsible Business Club, Co-organizer: Sloan Food Drive

Summer 1997 London School of Economics


1990 – 1994 Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD

Bachelor of Arts in Economics and International Studies



  • Awards include: Excellence in Economics Award, Barton Cup for Distinguished Moral Leadership, and graduating with General Honors.

  • Elected Chair of Student Activities Commission and Treasurer of Student Council

  • Elected President of Jewish Students Association


Experience

Summer 2000 McKinsey and Company London, England


Summer Associate


  • Evaluated potential joint venture, acquisition, and divestment opportunities for multinational petrochemical company.

  • Developed valuation models for client and potential partner firms’ businesses.

  • Worked with top management to clarify business unit’s strategy and make recommendation.

1998 – 1999 Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance New York, NY


Founding Director


  • Expanded organization to 950 members in first year of operation.

  • Developed budget of $326,000, coordinated fundraising efforts, and co-wrote successful foundation grant.

  • Initiated and led program development and implementation efforts, including an international program with 38 participating institutions from the U.S. and abroad.

  • Formed and motivated committees, developed agenda and led board meetings.

1997 – 1999 Fellow at Drisha Institute for Jewish Studies New York, NY

Studied Babylonian Talmud and Jewish law. Taught classes on torah cantillation.
1996 – 1997 Israel/Palestine Center for Research & Information Jerusalem, Israel

Economic Staff / Dorot Fellow


  • Developed and planned conference for Israeli, Palestinian, and Jordanian ministry officials to promote the establishment of a trilateral free trade agreement.

  • Worked with academics to produce a joint paper on ideal trilateral trade structure.

  • Chose topics and speakers for monthly roundtables between Israeli and Palestinian ministry officials on specific obstacles to free trade.

  • Worked under auspices of Dorot Fellowship (awarded based on assessment of leadership potential) and concurrently studied at the Pardes Institute for Jewish Studies.

1994 – 1996 Ernst & Young LLP Economics Consulting Group Washington, DC


Senior Consultant


  • Performed profitability studies for Fortune 500 automotive, chemical, and electronics companies.

  • Managed project teams for client engagements with fees up to $1,000,000

  • Managed client relationships and delivered oral and written executive presentations.

  • Created and implemented training program for new consultants.

  • Analyzed financial statement data and industry research to evaluate transfer-pricing policies.

  • Promoted from Staff to Senior Consultant in one year.



Personal


  • Proficient in Hebrew. Basic knowledge of German.


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