Simon

Analyst, University of California, Berkeley

p_paulSimon Park is an analyst who joined the San Francisco office in 2016, after graduating cum laude from the University of California, Berkeley, with a B.A in Economics and a minor in Korean. While at Cal, he served as the President of the Korean American Student Association and Optimir Consulting. At Pace Harmon, Simon has supported Data Center transformation, vendor management, and IT outsourcing engagements in the healthcare and technology industries. A Southern California native, Simon roots for his Los Angeles sports teams and enjoys both international travel and menswear.

Why I Joined Pace Harmon

"I joined Pace Harmon because of the firm’s proven track record of equipping its Analyst and Associates with the tools to succeed in consulting, business school, or other professional paths. The firm provides opportunities to work with passionate, talented peers and to serve industry leading companies in their critical IT transformation and outsourcing engagements. Furthermore, Pace Harmon’s culture empowers its people to take control of and forge their careers. I trust that Pace Harmon’s charismatic network, exciting professional challenges, and empowering culture will propel me forward in my career.”

What I Like About Pace Harmon

“Working side by side with fellow Pace Harmonites has been professionally and personally enriching. The access to seasoned practitioners, their industry knowledge, and their professional experiences has provided unique viewpoints on how to tackle engagements. Outside of engagements, everyone’s willingness to contribute to the firm through different practice operations has been motivational, and serves as encouragement to continuously expand my role in the firm."

The Kind of Work I Do

"While each project presents new challenges, my work typically involves data analysis, financial forecasting, asset management, and vendor management. In my latest engagement, I performed a financial and contractual analysis of an Enterprise Licensing Agreement (ELA). In parallel work streams, I also helped facilitate the removal and replacement of obsolete compute and storage systems from the environment, and supported the implementation of a new backup platform, consolidating various, ineffective backup solutions."