By Emily Wilson
“Your degree is a stepping-stone to opportunity, but you will miss opportunities if you don’t have the network to promote yourself and the experience to add more value than your competition.”
– Hannah Kaufmann
Graduating with a bachelor’s degree in entrepreneurship, Hannah Kaufmann (B.B.A. ’20) is a leader for the neuro-diverse workforce and strives for disability recruitment in DE&I strategies. She also has a passion for songwriting – as a matter of fact, her last jobs were as a music school director and a GRAMMY liaison.
After graduation, Kaufmann intends to continue work on her book that blends Autism awareness and Human Resource (HR) practices and she plans on having an HR consulting career that satisfies her love for learning and improving businesses. She has been recruited by PwC as an Advisory Technology Associate doing Organization and Workforce/HR Transformation consulting.
When asked about her favorite ENI memories, Kaufmann replied with high praise for Dr. Isabelle Monlouis’ classes stating, “we had so much fun learning tools that truly set [her] apart in the workforce.”
Congratulations again to Kaufmann for all that you have accomplished at Georgia State and beyond!
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