Analyst, Stanford University

p_paulMichelle graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in Economics before joining Pace Harmon’s San Francisco office. Michelle’s interest in business strategy grew through her involvement in Stanford Consulting, a student-run organization that aims to develop the next generation of top management consultants, and her leadership on the Business team of The Stanford Daily. In her free time, she enjoys exploring San Francisco and relaxing with friends.

Why I Joined Pace Harmon

"Pace Harmon prides itself on the level of responsibility given to Analysts and its flat organizational structure. This was a key reason I joined the firm. In addition, the size of the firm enables first-year Analysts to truly own their projects, and the open communication with managers allows Analysts to do so with confidence.”

What I Like About Pace Harmon

“Everyone at Pace Harmon is actively interested in building each other up, both professionally and personally. Asking for help and advice is always encouraged, and every day presents a new learning opportunity. It’s astounding how fast you can grow when surrounded by people who are constantly challenging you and pushing you to perform at your highest level."

The Kind of Work I Do

"Each project requires different types of due diligence for Analysts. In my current project, I am on the front lines of analyzing complex data, presenting weekly status updates to clients, and building client deliverables. Outside of client work, I enjoy participating in Pace Harmon’s Women’s Initiative Network."