Good luck, Ben!

This summer, we said goodbye to associate consultant Ben Lopez.  For the next two years, Ben will be attending UT Austin for his MBA.

Ben joined January Advisors in October 2011 after graduating from Rice University.  We had over 100 applications for the position, but Ben stood out from the beginning.  An excerpt from his first email:

I just encountered a job listing for an associate consultant position with your firm, and would very much like to express my interest. I found the job listing on Rice’s career page, and after browsing your webpage for a few minutes I’m really excited about submitting my credentials for your review. In fact, I’m so excited that I’m writing this message from a public computer and do not currently have the ability to attach my resume. But be on the lookout later today!

I want to meet anyone with that kind of hustle.

Good luck, buddy. I’m sad to see you go, but excited for what you do next!

Jeff Reichman

Jeff is passionate about data. He founded January Advisors and Sketch City, and serves on the board of the League of Women Voters of the Houston Area. Read his full bio on LinkedIn.

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