Andres Fernandez-Whitechurch Class of 2015
Undergraduate school/major: I attended Babson College and majored in business management.
Concentrations: Analytic finance and accounting.
Activities: Member of the Latin American Business Club, Hispanic American Business Students Association, Investment Banking Group, Investment Management Group, CReDIT, Hedge Fund Group, Japan Club, and Chicago Asia Pacific Group.
Career plans: I intend to continue to work with Latin American financial markets.
Why did you choose to attend Chicago Booth? I chose Booth for a number of reasons; to gain a better understanding of fundamental business principles including financial accounting, economics, and statistics; to learn and practice effective crosscultural communication skills, and to gain further international capital markets experience. Today, I can say with certainty that Booth is the right place for me. My interaction with professors, students, and staff has far exceeded expectations. I am continually challenged to improve and gain for new perspectives.
Use three adjectives to describe your experience at Chicago Booth: Humbling, enriching, and inspiring.
What do you consider a "must visit" place or "must do" activity in Chicago? Ping Tom Memorial Park, located on the south bank of the Chicago River, is a hidden gem! It has a beautiful pagoda style pavilion. It’s a great place to unwind and relax.
Ask me about...: Working with Latin American markets in the USA, moving to the USA from Latin America, starting business school with a spouse, and about Latin restaurants in Chicago, New York, and Miami.