Jennifer ChoiBusiness Design Strategy, Microsoft HoloLens Microsoft
Jennifer Choi is currently a Business Design Strategy, Microsoft HoloLens at Microsoft, where she focuses on business design, product development, competitive analysis, strategy, and differentiated research. She pursued a three-year joint MBA and MPP degree at the Harvard Business School and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government as a Rubenstein Fellow.
She was previously an Assistant Vice President in the Higher Education and Not-for-Profit Public Finance Group at Barclays Capital, formerly known as Lehman Brothers, executing debt strategies for the country’s leading institutions of higher education as well as some of the largest and world-renown cultural institutions.
Jennifer graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, where she was elected to four consecutive terms on the Undergraduate Assembly (UA). As an elected representative for Penn, she also served the wider Ivy League community and was elected as the first Asian American Ivy Council president. Most recently, Jennifer was elected to serve on the Harvard Graduate Council, the student government for all 11 Harvard graduate schools. While in New York, Jennifer was an active with the Korean American Community Foundation (KACF) and was selected to serve as Secretary on the KACF Board of Directors.