Nima Merchant

Nima Merchant

Nima joined the Full Time Admissions team in December 2015. She is responsible for driving analytics and overall admissions operations.

Prior to joining the Admissions Office, Nima spent five years in Career Services on the Employer Relations team. She joined the team in 2009 and helped develop new employer relationships on the west coast of the United States and later by industry within technology, investment management, media, entertainment, sports, and start-ups across all industries. During her time she developed Amazon into a top employer at Chicago Booth. Nima also worked for the Advisory Board Company and Johns Hopkins International and has a Master’s in Public Health from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and a bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University in Health Science/Management.

Originally from New Jersey, Nima lives in the South Loop with her husband (an alumnus of the Full-Time MBA Program, Class of 2010) and twins. In her free time she enjoys cooking, eating out in Chicago, attending concerts and traveling.

Blog postings by Nima Merchant

Booth Redefines the Pre-MBA Summer

As we approach mid-summer, it is great to see that Booth’s new Startup Summer program for incoming Full-Time MBA students was highlighted in Poets & Quants last week. We are excited to share this initiative with those of you interested in an MBA in the near future, especially if you’re considering working for a startup during your MBA journey. Read More »

Explore the Class of 2016 Employment Report

As you think about your MBA application, you are most likely considering your future career goals and how to choose the right program to achieve those dreams. Read More »

From Application to Employment

The Booth Full-Time MBA employment report is a valuable resource to see the breadth of employers that have hired Booth talent, as well as trends in industry interest among recent Booth graduates. Last year, 97.4% of graduates landed work within three months of graduation – the highest percentage among the top 25 schools. Read More »
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