Apologies, but no results were found for the requested archive. Perhaps searching will help find a related post.
Student Intern, Enterprise Risk Management
My name is Prachi Choubey and I am currently a student of the Enterprise Risk Management program at Columbia University, School of Professional Studies. Prior to joining Columbia, I finished my MBA from India and joined an Insurance and Risk Management firm. I was a part of the risk management vertical for close to 3 years.
During my stint there, I designed operational risk management programs for various firms across infrastructure, manufacturing, energy, financial services and IT sectors. I also led risk advisory services for major commercial banks on their project lending programs to identify their credit risk exposure, detect and monitor financial fraud and perform gap analysis of their risk management policies.
I joined the ERM program at Columbia to upskill and learn advanced risk management tools and techniques like FMEA, RCSA and ERM Modelling that I can apply on the future projects and assignments to conduct risk assessments. The program is also helping me to hone my technical skills such as SQL and Python for Risk Management as well as behavioral skills such as strategic communication and identifying cognitive bias.
Currently I am working as a student intern at the Career Design Lab. I think it’s a wonderful opportunity for me to work here because of the kind of exposure I get, for example being able to interact with the Industry professionals and help me make meaningful connections, that could go a long way in propelling my Risk Management career.
I aspire to work in the financial services/consulting industry preferably as an operational risk professional.