Simon is a graduate from the University of Florida, where he studied business management and international development. During this time, he worked in Quito for the Ecuadorian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and was a nationally competitive policy debater. Upon graduation, he accepted a fellowship with Princeton in Asia which led him to work for a large public health NGO in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan. In 2015, he accepted a fellowship with Venture for America where he helped build a seed-stage startup in Miami, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C.
Simon is now a graduate student at Georgetown University pursuing an MBA-MSFS dual degree. Simon currently works as a graduate assistant at the Center for Financial Markets and Policy, which offers valuable guidance to policymakers and market participants. In the summer of 2018, Simon interned at the Mongolia International Capital Corporation, a boutique investment bank in Ulaanbaatar.
Deeply passionate about global finance and industry, Simon is seeking opportunities in the U.S. private sector.
"I chose MSFS because he wanted to be in a cohort with the best and brightest students from all around the world.”