• Entry level MBA Graduate looking to enter the finance field in a Risk Management or Business Consulting role.  Graduation date: June 2010

• Canadian Citizen with ability to work in the European Union and willingness to travel/work within all parts of Canada or the United States.

• Proficient in multiple computer programming languages including C# and Visual Basic.• Expert proficiency in Microsoft Office tools including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook

• McMaster University Intramural Athlete of the Year                                                                                2008• Male Athlete of the Year – Oakville Trafalgar High School (OTHS)                                                    2003• Richard Madell Memorial Athletic Scholarship                                                                                      2003• R.H. Archibald Memorial Academic Award – Calculus                                                                        2003• Strength/Conditioning Coach – Oakville Rangers Hockey Club                                      2004 – Present• Sports Writer – McMaster University Newspaper – “The Silhouette”                                                2005• Assistant Coach U17 Select Soccer Team – Oakville Soccer Club                                                  2005

Work experience

Work experience
Sep 2008 - Dec 2008

Sales Operations Analyst

Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd.

Responsible for analysis and reporting of vehicle sales within the Canadian automobile industry for Ford of Canada

• Analyzed and automated the monthly reporting procedure to reduce the time in system from 36 hours to 4 hours.

• Redesigned the process for accumulating monthly sales data by collaborating with internal departments,coordinating data sources and developing an understanding of each sectors role in the organization.

2003 - 2008

National Parts Release Merchandiser

Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd.

Utilizing regression and historical trend analysis, forecasted future national demand for all Ford/Lincoln retail/wholesale/warranty service parts for Ford of Canada .

• Persuaded management to adopt cost savings strategy regarding logistics within the Supply Department.Designed a software and training package that has reduced traffic/logistics expenses by over $1,000,000 (CAD) by automatically consolidating inbound service parts shipments.

• National Scrap Coordinator – responsible for managing Ford’s +/- $8M dollar scrap budget.

• Wrote and presented student training program by leveraging 20 months of on the job experience, developing a syllabus and delivering an interactive re-training workshop for new incoming students to the Supply Department. Efforts resulted in reducing non-productive time and errors.


Jan 2009 - Present


University of Rochester - William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration

GPA = 3.8• Recipient- William E. Simon Merit Entrance Scholarship for $30,000• Representative - Graduate Business Council for the Class of 2010

• VP Finance – Simon Says Entertainment group,

• Captain of the Simon Soccer Club

• Active member of Simon Ambassadors

• Student Coach for first-year MBA students

2003 - 2008

Bachelor of Engineering and Management

McMaster University

Major – Electrical EngineeringSenior Thesis: “Automatic Mood Detection - Music Selection System” – Awarded top honours in the department• Academic Entrance Scholarship – Engineering I• Intramural Athlete of the Year (2008)• Residence Council Representative (2003-2004)

This degree combined both the four-year Bachelor of Engineering and four-year Bachelor of Commerce degreesinto a single five-year program. Graduating from this program has provided me with the analytical, quantitative,programming and mathematical skills of an engineer combined with the communication and management expertise of a commerce graduate.