Theo Epstein: My Role Model

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I have always viewed life through an analytical lens, exploring unique possibilities for every situation. At the age of 10 I fell in love with baseball. I loved watching the sport, but more importantly, I loved watching the managers. I would observe what decisions they made and either watched the choices fall into place or fall apart.
My role model is Theo Epstein, the President of Baseball Operations for the Chicago Cubs. He became the General Manager of the Boston Red Sox and won the World Series; his radical decisions falling into place are the reasons they won that championship. Of course, careers like Mr. Epstein's are few and far between, but I aspire to reach this level. This is why my ambition is to graduate from the Kellogg School

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