JPMorgan Chase, Shanghai Huangpu District Investment Banking Venture Partner (Investment banking FIG CRGAssociate), is a 2009 graduate of Canada’s McDonald International Academy.
Cherry came to Toronto from Changchun, China, to study at McDonald International Academy in 2008. With her smart mind, solid academic foundation, perseverance and perseverance in learning attitude, she has always ranked first in the class in all subjects and has been very successful. She almost passed the language test and graduated with honors in June 2009. She entered the Rotman School of Business at the University of Toronto to major in financial investment. She won scholarships and outstanding student awards every year for four years at the university. She then chose to go to Imperial College London in the UK in 2013 and obtained a master’s degree in finance in 2014.
In September 2014, she returned to Shanghai, China, as she wished, and joined JPMorgan Chase, where she worked as a consultant, analyst, and now as a venture capital partner. Her career development prospects make MIA teachers deeply proud.
As her guardian, I still remember every bit of her time at MIA. She always holds a notebook in her hand to memorize English vocabulary and famous sentences, and uses her spare time to conquer IELTS vocabulary over and over again. She always has a confident and sunny smile on her face. In the summer of 2012, in order to have a more direct understanding of the graduate business courses at Yale University and the University of Pennsylvania, she and I, accompanied by friends, drove all the way to the United States, visited the Yale School of Management and the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, and met Contact the professor in advance. During our four-day trip together, I found her to be mature and wise, with clear goals and a promising future. But during the conversation, she always thanked Madonna for giving her a good platform, helping her pass the language barrier, and laying a solid foundation for her study and career planning.