It's hard to sum up all of the great things about Ann Arbor. Some are what you might expect to hear - yeah, it's pretty cool going to a Big 10 school! Others might be oddly specific; I'm pretty jazzed about there being a Trader Joe's and two Whole Foods. Either way, you'll find your niche. And when it comes to Ross, it has everything to offer you from a professional and personal capacity, and then some. I an MBA as an avenue to explore new career horizons, live somewhere new and collaborate on challenging and socially impactful projects. I already know that I'm getting even more from Ross. From exploring my Native heritage and joining a venture capital fund, to eating Brazilian BBQ and drinking unlimited rosé with my classmates, Ross has already begun to offer me unlimited opportunities to get out of my comfort zone, and introduce my peers to it. The community here is incredibly special; it is truly greater than the sum of its parts. That was the Michigan difference for me - it was something I could just feel. Business school isn't just about getting that one job (you will), or "taking a vacation," it's doing more in two years than you ever thought possible; doing it with people and professors and staff who will change your life, and being the best version of yourself! Sounds like a no-brainer, I know, but if you need more convincing; I'd love to chat more about my own experiences choosing a business school, shifting to a consulting career after working for Walgreens, getting a kitten the first week of school (the recommendation is TBD), the Ross partners community, Ross clubs, football game fashion and how to survive a Midwest winter!