A Bit About Myself

I have a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science from Columbia University, a Master of Science in Social and Political Theory from the University of London, Birkbeck and a Master of Business Taxation from the University of Southern California, Leventhal School of Accounting at the Marshall School of Business.

I began my career in finance as a derivative trader for Morgan Stanley and Mitsui in New York, Royal Bank of Canada and Dresdner in London and Fortis in Paris. I have also worked as a FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act) consultant for Credit Suisse in Zurich. My teaching experience includes working as a Professor of Economics and Finance at INSEEC in Paris and Chicago, Touro University in Paris and McCormick College in Chicago.

When I’m not preparing taxes, consulting or teaching, I am training for my 20th Ironman and my 45th Marathon. Pursuing this interest has taken me all over the world, including Abu DhabiAntarcticaAustralia, Bahrain, Belgium, BrazilBhutanCroatiaDenmarkDubaiEstoniaFranceGermanyGreenland, Iceland, Ireland, JapanKazakhstanRwandaSpainSouth AfricaSweden, Turkey